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The former monastery of Santo Domingo/Museo de la Laca (Lacquerware Museum) is located in the city of Chiapa de Corzo, Chiapas, Mexico. The monastery with its church was built in the 16th century, with the monastery secularized later. The church retains its original function. The building with two courtyards was restored between 1999 and 2002 to become a community and cultural center, with the Museo de la Laca, founded in 1952, moved inside to take up much of the upper floor. This museum contains about 450 pieces from various parts of Mexico and Asia, mostly made in the 20th century. The complex also contains halls with permanent and temporary exhibits along with an auditorium and various types of workshops.

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  • The former monastery of Santo Domingo/Museo de la Laca (Lacquerware Museum) is located in the city of Chiapa de Corzo, Chiapas, Mexico. The monastery with its church was built in the 16th century, with the monastery secularized later. The church retains its original function. The building with two courtyards was restored between 1999 and 2002 to become a community and cultural center, with the Museo de la Laca, founded in 1952, moved inside to take up much of the upper floor. This museum contains about 450 pieces from various parts of Mexico and Asia, mostly made in the 20th century. The complex also contains halls with permanent and temporary exhibits along with an auditorium and various types of workshops.
  • El Exconvento de Santo Domingo de Guzmán se encuentra localizado en la ciudad de Chiapa de Corzo en el estado de Chiapas, México. El convento y la iglesia de Santo Domingo fueron construidos en el siglo XVI, posteriormente el monasterio fue secularizado, pero la iglesia de Santo Doimgo de Guzmán conservó su función original. El edificio, que tiene dos patios, fue restaurado entre 1999 y 2002, para ser convertido en un centro comunitario y cultural, además, el Museo de la Laca fundado en 1952, fue trasladado al interior y ocupó la mayor parte de la planta superior. Este museo contiene alrededor de 450 piezas de diversas partes de México y Asia, en su mayoría realizadas en el siglo XX. El complejo también incluye salas de exposiciones permanentes y temporales, junto con un auditorio y varios
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  • El Exconvento de Santo Domingo de Guzmán se encuentra localizado en la ciudad de Chiapa de Corzo en el estado de Chiapas, México. El convento y la iglesia de Santo Domingo fueron construidos en el siglo XVI, posteriormente el monasterio fue secularizado, pero la iglesia de Santo Doimgo de Guzmán conservó su función original. El edificio, que tiene dos patios, fue restaurado entre 1999 y 2002, para ser convertido en un centro comunitario y cultural, además, el Museo de la Laca fundado en 1952, fue trasladado al interior y ocupó la mayor parte de la planta superior. Este museo contiene alrededor de 450 piezas de diversas partes de México y Asia, en su mayoría realizadas en el siglo XX. El complejo también incluye salas de exposiciones permanentes y temporales, junto con un auditorio y varios tipos de talleres. Todo el edificio se llama oficialmente la Casa Escuela de Tradiciones, pero es más comúnmente llamado Museo de la Laca.
  • The former monastery of Santo Domingo/Museo de la Laca (Lacquerware Museum) is located in the city of Chiapa de Corzo, Chiapas, Mexico. The monastery with its church was built in the 16th century, with the monastery secularized later. The church retains its original function. The building with two courtyards was restored between 1999 and 2002 to become a community and cultural center, with the Museo de la Laca, founded in 1952, moved inside to take up much of the upper floor. This museum contains about 450 pieces from various parts of Mexico and Asia, mostly made in the 20th century. The complex also contains halls with permanent and temporary exhibits along with an auditorium and various types of workshops.
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