Estación Indianilla (Indianilla Cultural Center) - Mexicocity
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Directions to Estación Indianilla (Indianilla Cultural Center)
Centro Cultural Indianilla opened its doors in 2006 as a museum and cultural center preserving the historical name if the tramway station Indianilla.
Hosting contemporary art galleries from artist such as: Leonora Carrington, Francisco Toledo, Sergio Hernández, Brian Nissen, Luis Nishizawa, Rodolfo Morales and Raúl Anguiano amongst others.
It boasts of a lithography workshop, mainly dedicated to the creation of book art object, library, cafeteria, restaurant and seafood restaurant.
Attached workshop for Assembly, maintenance and parking of the trams in the colonia Doctores, who worked from 1880, was hit by the future to disappear this means of transport, leaving an idle and abandoned place that would intervened in 2006 to install the Estacion Indianilla Cultural Center.
It is open from Monday to Sunday from 9:30 to 18:00 hours
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