Tucked behind the Church of Santa Cecilia is a 19th-century country house that now serves as a museum Entering the museum reveals hidden gardens, adobe walls, and even some rooms decorated in period themes.
The main rooms are filled with a collection of stone sculptures made in the northern region of the Aztec Empire. In these rooms, it is possible to see standard bearers, pieces of columns, and figurines representing the ancient deities. Some of the sculpture still bear traces of their original red, black, white, or yellow pigments.
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