Casa de la Cultura de Taxco (Casa Borda), Taxco

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  • And this chuch is one of the reasons, enjoy this area and you can take many pictures fron diferent angles 
    And this chuch is one of the reasons, enjoy this area and you can take many pictures fron diferent angles  more »
  • We had a local guide who told us wonderful stories about William Spratling and the beggining and consolidation of the silvercrafts in Taxco. He spent about 45 minutes telling us charming and... 
    We had a local guide who told us wonderful stories about William Spratling and the beggining and consolidation of the silvercrafts in Taxco. He spent about 45 minutes telling us charming and...  more »
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  • One of the first colonial buildings constructed in Taxco makes it a must see. There is not a lot to see here but it is a very unique piece of history.
  • At first glance, the empty, white walls. Big and tall rooms. Accompanied by total silence. It all seems simple without any interest for some people. But....the truth is that therein lies its charm. If the walls will talk, If they will tell us about everything they have been witnesses. That house has a story to tell. Inside there are some figures that give mystery and fear. It all depends on your imagination. You can see beautiful pieces made of silver that have been winners in contests ... getting the first place. Some bracelets that seemed like only the characters in the perform could wear. As if they were pieces ready to give power to a special being. On the other hand, some very curious rings can be seen protected by showcases. I'm really surprised they don't charge admission. Even if it is, it should be a voluntary cooperation, to help in something to take care of this beautiful place. So...if you are a lover of ancient architecture, visit this beautiful house. And fall in love with Taxco. It is one of the states of Mex where the people are extremely friendly, to the point of scaring you because we are not used to people being like this these days. They are....all very very attentive...ready to support you and guide you as a tourist. I met so many nice people. This is my second visit and I hope there will be many more. Happy stay in this beautiful place "Taxco" 🖤🤗🕶️

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