Museo del Carcamo de Dolores

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Museo del Carcamo de Dolores

Museo del Carcamo de Dolores (often called in English Water Garden Museum) is located in the Cahpultepec Park near La Feria amusement park, Papalote Childen’s Museum and the Museum of Natural History. The museum is a multidisciplinary vision which combines the architecture of Ricardo Rivas, the engineering of Eduardo Molina Arévalo and the art of Diego Rivera. Cacamo was created to honor people who worked in the 1940s on a large hydraulic project in the Bosque de Chapultepec: the Lerma system. The museum features Riviera’s impressive mural called “Water, the origin of life” and a double-headed sculpture dedicated to Tláloc (located outside of the museum).


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Av Rodolfo Neri Vela, Bosque de Chapultepec II Sección, Mexico City, CDMX, Mexico
Mexico City, Mexico
01 55 5515 0739

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