Easygoing and vibrant, Oaxaca offers the best of southern Mexican charm, pairing lively festivals and entertainment with fantastic cuisine and unique cultural attractions. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Oaxaca is home to the spectacular Macedonio Alcala Theater and a short drive from the inspiring rock formations at Hierve el Aqua.
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The ruins of this ancient Zapotec capital make up one of the most important archaeological sites in all of Latin America.
Great site!! Great prehispanic temples and observatory. It’s a part of Oaxaca, Zapotecs. I enjoyed it, of course, we’re into history and archeology. It’s impressive-grand.
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Nuun is a space for contemporary art , representing a flexible artistic platform dedicated to the management , exhibition , promotion and sale of works of art by artists from Mexico , sharing with the public styles and aesthetic proposals that are occurring in the country .
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Tingladography is an independant cultural space and gallery primarily dedicated to photography – found, anonymous, popular or vernacular. We are passionate about the recuperation of images that have, for one reason or another, become forgotten. Our aim is to breath new life into these forgotten moments and memories;recently opened an exhibition of found photography intervened by a group of artist.
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Museum and Workshop of Manuel Jimenez Ramirez. Was a Mexican carver, sculptor and painter being the originator of the wood carving (Alebrijes) in Oaxaca Mexico, Since 1927.
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It is a local place dedicated to promote and impulse plastic arts in Oaxaca. with several years in this business we have extended our portfolio to work with a great number of the master painters, both national and international renowned. You will find different techniques including graphics, oil paintings and sculptures. We are located in downtown, in a traditional style Mexican house.
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This museum contains a varied collection of pre-Columbian art donated by Rufino Tamayo, one of Mexico's most famous modern artists.
Don't miss this museum. It has an amazing collection of artifacts from pre-Hispanic Mexico. In each room there was information in English that helped us understand the significance of the pieces.
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This place has the best ancient art in Oaxaca and plus some other interesting item regarding Oaxaca's history. Its in a beautiful building with three different courtyards and great views of the Jarding Botanico that surrounds it.
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