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This striking white-marble palace is the city’s main concert and arts hall. It has several quirky architectural details as it was built in phases by various architects of different nationalities. Its exterior is principally neoclassical and art nouveau (interlaced with indigenous mythological symbols and characters, such as depictions of Tlaloc and Chaac, the Aztec and Maya deities of water) while inside art deco and marble reign. On the top floor you’ll find sweeping murals by Rufino Tamayo, Diego Rivera and Siqueiros among others.