National Interventions Museum

Local nameMuseo de las Intervenciones
LocationCoyoacán, Mexico City, Mexico

The Museo Nacional de las Intervenciones is located in the former Monastery of San Diego Churubusco, which was built on top of an Aztec shrine. The museum in split into two sections. The downstairs is dedicated to the site’s history as a monastery, and the upstairs rooms are dedicated to artifacts related to the various military conflicts that have taken place on Mexican soil and how these have shaped the modern Mexican republic. The museum is located on Calle 20 de Agosto, one block east from Division del Norte, following Calle Xicoténcatl, in Churubusco. It is one of five museums that are operated directly by the Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia.

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More information and contact

Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Museo_Nacional_de_las_Intervenciones

Official website http://www.inah.gob.mx/index.php/especiales/221-museo-nacional-de-las-intervenciones-

Email difusionmni@inah.gob.mx

Phone +52 55 5604 0699

Address 20 de Agosto, Mexico City, Mexico

Coordinates 19°21'17.157" N -99°8'55.885" E

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