Textile Museum

Textile Museum

Textile Museum

In the year 2007 was inaugurated the Textile Museum of Oaxaca in what was part of the former convent of San Pablo dating back to the 16th century, but which suffered severe and consecutive damage by earthquakes that shake the city.

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The Palace Museum

The Palace Museum

The Palace Museum

In December 2004, what was the Government Palace became by Decree, in the Palace Museum and through an agreement with UNAM through the Science Museum UNIVERSUM Museum, the museological and museography project was initiated.

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YAATE : EL CERRO DE LA CENIZA. (YAATE: THE ASH HILL)

YAATE : EL CERRO DE LA CENIZA. (YAATE: THE ASH HILL)

YAATE : EL CERRO DE LA CENIZA. (YAATE: THE ASH HILL)

In the heart of the Sierra Norte of Oaxaca, there is a small town where the West Sierra Madre joins the Easter Sierra Madre, also known as "Mixtec knot".

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FORMER convent of SANTO DOMINGO DE GUZMAN

FORMER convent of SANTO DOMINGO DE GUZMAN

FORMER convent of SANTO DOMINGO DE GUZMAN

"Oaxaca is the spiritual reserve of Mexico", because it is the depositary of the ancestral spirit force that comes from the very beginning of times and has been impregnated, not only in its monumental buildings, but primarily in the heart of the daily living of its people.

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Centro cultural San Pablo


Written by Guillermo Marin on .

The San Pablo Academic and Cultural Center is located in the heart of the historic center of the city of Oaxaca in what was part of the former convent of San Pablo, colonial building which dates from the 16th century, but by the telluric movements constantly wagging Oaxaca has had many modifications.

 

The purpose of the Cultural Center is "valuing the multicultural, mostly indigenous, heritage of Oaxaca and Mexico".

 

"The San Pablo Academic and Cultural Center is involved in the study, documentation, and preservation of knowledge and cultural manifestations that are being transformed or that are disappearing, but also promotes and open adequate spaces for cultural expressions, both, traditional and innovative, of the indigenous cultures.

In the first year of its existence, the staff of the Center has coordinated, advised or participated in academic and cultural projects in more than 50 different communities of the State of Oaxaca. In the city of Oaxaca, the Centre has organized exhibitions, seminars, courses, presentations and conferences, among including one of the most important international congresses on the Mesoamerican indigenous languages".

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