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The exhibition Don Benito Juarez Homage Site Museum (Museo de Sitio del Recinto de Homenaje a Don Benito Juárez) was officially opened on July 18, 1957 by President Adolfo Ruiz Cortines, and is located within the National Palace, where Benito Juarez lived during his presidency and spent the last days of his life. Inside there are the family room, meeting room, his office and bedroom, which is where he died on July 18, 1872, and where you can see personal belongings of former president.

The site has a specialist library on Mexican issues, official documents dating from his tenure on the periods of the French and American Intervention and La Reforma. During the presidential term of Porfirio Díaz, a sculpture in honor of Juárez, was placed between the first and second Marian patios that can also be visited.

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Historic Sites/Buildings

The National Palace

Nearest at 0.00 kms.

Transit Stations

Metro Zócalo/Tenochtitlan

Nearest at 0.12 kms.

Libraries & Archives

Biblioteca María Cristina Salmorán de Tamayo

Nearest at 0.13 kms.

Historic Sites/Buildings

First Print in America Site (Casa de la Primera Imprenta de América)

Nearest at 0.14 kms.

Mexico City

Cultural Capital of the Americas