Stop at Acuario | Stop at Plaza de América
Stop at Plaza de América
The archaeological museum building is over a hundred years old and was the winner of a competition to become part of the Ibero-American Fair in 1929. In its early days, its neo-Renaissance style led it to becoming known as the “Renaissance Palace”. Archaeological collections were first transferred here in 1942 to resolve the space problem in the previous building. Currently closed to the public, the building’s exterior is still worth seeing.
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