Begin at the Anthropology Museum drinking a coffee and listening to an introduction about the Mesoamerican architecture, so later on you can how this is reflected this in the architectural project.
Then visit the impressive architecture of the National Anthropology Museum made by one of the best known architects from the 1960s in Mexico. Learn how this project reflects the Pre-hispanic Cosmogony and how different artist collaborate with the architect to depict relevant elements from the original native Mexican cultures.
Continue exploring the Mexican architecture at the Tamayo Contemporary Art Museum, which honors the great Tamayo artist. Appreciate the architecture of two relevant architects who created it in late 1970s.
Walking distance from the last stop you will immerse in a perfect example of 1960s architecture, which recalls the spacial era aesthetic.
Finish this walking tour at a 1960s hotel that was built by a student of the well known Luis Barragan architect, who followed his steps expressing abstract, almost sculptural colors and shapes, using light and the references to the vernacular architecture.
Appreciate the differences in the Mexican architecture from the 20th century
Stroll around the Chapultepec Park visiting different architectural buildings
Learn about Mexico in the 20th century through this walking tour
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