The Museum of Cultures North also denonominado as Paquimé Cultural Center; is a museum located in the archaeological site of Paquimé, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. The archaeological pieces found in the ruins of Paquimé for many years were found scattered in various museums. Finally in 1993, through the Archaeological National Fund it was planned and built the Museum of Cultures North as reciento to display these parts, but also made known the cultures of this cultural area of ??northern Mexico and southeastern United States. The building, built that year, was designed by architec

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The Museum of Cultures North also denonominado as Paquimé Cultural Center; is a museum located in the archaeological site of Paquimé, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. The archaeological pieces found in the ruins of Paquimé for many years were found scattered in various museums. Finally in 1993, through the Archaeological National Fund it was planned and built the Museum of Cultures North as reciento to display these parts, but also made known the cultures of this cultural area of ??northern Mexico and southeastern United States. The building, built that year, was designed by architec
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The Museum of Cultures North also denonominado as Paquimé Cultural Center; is a museum located in the archaeological site of Paquimé, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. The archaeological pieces found in the ruins of Paquimé for many years were found scattered in various museums. Finally in 1993, through the Archaeological National Fund it was planned and built the Museum of Cultures North as reciento to display these parts, but also made known the cultures of this cultural area of ??northern Mexico and southeastern United States. The building, built that year, was designed by architect Mario Schjetnan and has a modernist and integrated with the surrounding landscape desert style. It is semi buried and formed by a series of ramps and terraces that harmonize with their surroundings. The architectural project won the Grand Prize for Latin American Architecture Biennale in Buenos Aires in 1995. He was inaugurated on February 26, 1996. © Photo: LuisGutierrez/NORTEPHOTO.COM El Museo de las Culturas del Norte también denonominado como Centro Cultural Paquimé; es un museo de sitio localizado en la Zona Arqueológica de Paquimé, declarada como Patrimonio de la Humanidad por la UNESCO. Las piezas arqueológicas encontradas en las ruinas de Paquimé durante muchos años se encontraron dispersas en diversos museos. Finalmente en 1993 y a través del Fondo Nacional Arqueológico se proyectó y construyó el Museo de las Culturas del Norte como reciento para exhibición de dichas piezas, pero también diera a conocer las culturas de esa zona cultural del norte de México y sureste de Estados Unidos. El edificio, construido ese año, fue proyectado por el arquitecto Mario Schjetnan y tiene un estilo modernista e integrado con el paisaje desértico de su entorno. Se encuentra semi enterrado y formado por una serie de rampas y terrazas que armonizan con su entorno. El proyecto arquitectónico ganó el Gran Premio Latinoamericano de la Bienal de Arquitectura d
Location: Casas Grandes, Chihuahua, Mexico

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