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漫画博物馆,基督学院建筑

漫画博物馆是城市中最受欢迎和政治意义重大的图像艺术之一,也是墨西哥历史上的一部分。自19世纪以来广泛使用,对于国际游客来说,这也是了解墨西哥复杂和看似晦涩的历史的最简单方式之一。博物馆于1987年开放,展示过去一个半世纪里一些最杰出的漫画家和讽刺画家的作品。

基督学院建筑Antiguo Colegio de Cristo

位于东塞莱斯街104号的建筑,最初是为基督学院的学生宿舍而建。这所学院于1612年获得皇家特许状。原建筑于17世纪位于同一地点,但现在的建筑在1770年至1780年之间修建。它是巴洛克式住宅设计的杰出范例,其外观设计经常与圣伊尔德方索古代学院的相比,自1775年两个学院合并后,两个学院的学生有了互相交流的机会。这所学院还与圣彼得和圣保罗学院有联系。

这座建筑之所以称为学院(colegio),是因为学生可以领取津贴居住在这里。今天,参观漫画博物馆,可以更深入了解研究现代国家政治历史和杰出的殖民地建筑。它还是东塞莱斯街上的一个有趣观光景点,这是城市中绝对最古老的街道之一。

The Caricature Museum is dedicated to one of the most popular and politically significant graphic arts in the city, and in the history or Mexico. Widely used since the 19th century, for international visitors, it's also one of the easiest ways to jump into some of Mexico's complicated and seemingly obscure history. Opened in 1987, the museum celebrates some of the best cartoonists and caricaturists of the past century and a half.

The Christ College Building

The 104 Donceles Street building was built as a residence hall for the Colegio de Cristo. The institution received a royal charter in 1612. An original building on the same site dated from the 17th century, but the present building was constructed between 1770 and 1780.  An outstanding example of Baroque residential design, façade is often compared with that of the Antiguo Colegio de San Ildefonso, where students who lived here would have attended classes after the merger of the two institutions in 1775. The Colegio was also associated with that of San Pedro y San Pablo. This building was referred to as a college (colegio) because the students received stipends in order to live here. Today a visit to the Caricature museum is rewarding for both students of the graphic political history of the modern country, and for those interested in outstanding colonial architecture, too. It's also a fun stop on the must-visit street of Donceles, one of the city's absolute oldest.

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