Teatro del Pueblo - Mexicocity
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Directions to Teatro del Pueblo
The Teatro del Pueblo (lit. Town's Theater) is housed in a historical building that has fantastic old-fashion yards, with arches in its exterior and interior and walls covered with striking murals made by many local painters.
It was built in 1933 by the City's Government and designed by architect Antonio Muñoz. Nowadays, it is a place frequented by local artisans and cultural groups that aim at spreading culture through different activities. It has free entrance! In addition to its plays, you can usually find artistic workshops, dances, antique furniture restoration, temporary exhibitions of national and international artists and many other attractions.
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