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Casa Adobe (Adobe House)

Ciudad Juárez

Known by revolutionaries as “Palacio Nacional” (“National Palace”), La Casa de Adobe (“Adobe House”) is a meeting place to learn about the past of what was the provisional presidential seat of Francisco I. Madero during the Revolution.

This building is located seven kilometers (4.5 miles) northwest of the Plaza de Armas. It is set in a wild and rustic landscape in the middle of an environment covered with brushstrokes of a unique past despite the 100 years of history that has passed.

It is currently a Museo de Sitio (Site Museum) that recalls the agreements made by Francisco I. Madero. The enclosure has two rooms that transmit, with relative fidelity, the original environment where the Maderista camp was settled.

In the tour, the figures of Francisco I. Madero and Francisco Villa, present in all the surroundings, which served as battle quarters as well as a government house, can be noticed.

Furniture of centennial origin until worn out and dusty hats, cuttlefish pictures, kitchen utensils, windmills, quinqués, among other things, are exhibited in Casa Adobe.

Known by revolutionaries as “Palacio Nacional” (“National Palace”), La Casa de Adobe (“Adobe House”) is a meeting place to learn about the past of what was the provisional presidential seat of Francisco I. Madero during the Revolution.

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This building is located seven kilometers (4.5 miles) northwest of the Plaza de Armas. It is set in a wild and rustic landscape in the middle of an environment covered with brushstrokes of a unique past despite the 100 years of history that has passed.

It is currently a Museo de Sitio (Site Museum) that recalls the agreements made by Francisco I. Madero. The enclosure has two rooms that transmit, with relative fidelity, the original environment where the Maderista camp was settled.

In the tour, the figures of Francisco I. Madero and Francisco Villa, present in all the surroundings, which served as battle quarters as well as a government house, can be noticed.

Furniture of centennial origin until worn out and dusty hats, cuttlefish pictures, kitchen utensils, windmills, quinqués, among other things, are exhibited in Casa Adobe.

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