Meet the sacred spaces of Valle de Bravo
You will find Quinta Gameros, a beautiful Art Nouveau mansion, on Paseo Bolivar. It was built in the early twentieth century, a wedding gift from businessman Manuel Gameros to his wife. She was never able to inhabit it due to the beginning of the Mexican Revolution.
Take notice of the salamanders decorating the bases of the columns and the central arch with Tiffany stained glass. It frames the staircase that climbs to the rooms. Explore the nine rooms and learn about the original furniture of the time and the Requena collection.
Enjoy the gardens of the mansion that was used as the Venustiano Carranza's residence, Francisco Villa's headquarters, a prison, a hospital, and now a cultural center owned by the Autonomous University of Chihuahua
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