After Renovation, New Museum of the Mexican Revolution Inaugurated in Chihuahua

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MEXICO CITY.- After architectural and museographic renovation that presents the strategic role the frontier with United States had during the Revolution, the former Ciudad Juarez Museum of History was inaugurated as the Museum of the Revolution at the Frontier, a forefront precinct that offers public a dynamic, educational and fun visit. The new museum is lodged in the late 19th century building that used to be the Customs Office, and a place that witnessed historical events such as the interview in 1909 of Porfirio Diaz, at the time President of Mexico, with his peer William H. Taft, from the United States, as well as the gathering when Madero and Diaz signed the treaties of peace in 1911. MUSEF was inaugurated in November 18th 2010 with the exhibition “Testimonios de una guerra. Fotografía de la Revolución Mexicana” (Testimonies of a war. Photography of the Mexican Revolution),