Metrobus Teatro Insurgentes
The theatre was built by José María Dávila in 1953 as part of President Miguel Alemán's program of urban renewal. Dávila commissioned muralist Diego Rivera to paint a visual history of the theatre in Mexico on the building's façade. The Marxist artist placed the character of Cantinflas in the center…
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“Walk along Francisco Sosa and then arrive at the plaza. Visit the XVII century Church and the Kiosk. There is always something interesting going on. You will understand there what a public plaza means for Mexican life”
Ciudad de México, D.F.
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