Museo Del Carmen - Mexicocity
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The Museo del Carmen sits inside the former Carmelite Convent of San Angelo Mártir in southern Mexico City. Although the church is still in use, most of the convent has been transformed into a museum that exhibits the history of the Order of the Discalced Carmelites.
The convent itself is an impressive sight, with three brightly coloured tiled domes protruding from its roof. Inside, you'll walk through monks' cells, courtyards, religious paintings and colonial furniture. Many visitors head for the crypts to glimpse the impressive collection of mummies, discovered by troops in the Revolution. The mummies are thought to be nuns and monks dating from the 18th century.
Tuesday to Sunday: 10am - 5pm
General Admission: $41
Students and children under 12: Free
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