Are you looking for a place where serenity and knowledge come together at your disposal? Welcome to this your house!
At the Centro Fox’s Presidential Library and Museum, we offer the user an area of information and documentation related to the themes of leadership, democracy, education and narrative, characteristics of our institution. And we want to share these spaces with you!
It is a historical space created especially for you, contributing to your need for learning spaces available for your visit, your events and your approach to leadership, learning, democracy, research and passion for reading.
It was built in 2007, under the direction of the architect and professor Francisco Serrano. This enclosure is inspired by the immense Vasconcelos Library in Mexico City, inaugurated on May 16, 2006 during the six-year term of President Vicente Fox Quesada.
The project was led by the Mexican architect Alberto Kalach, and integrated by Juan Palomar, Gustavo Lipkau and Tonatiuh Martínez.
Here is on permanent display, open to the public, the exact replica of the interior of the Los Pinos presidential residence in Mexico City, as well as a replica of the United Nations Security Council Chamber, including its famous painted mural. by Norwegian artist Per Krohg who decorates the original room in New York, USA.
We have an extensive permanent exhibition of never-before-seen memorabilia and photographs that encompass Mexico’s democratic transition, generated in the period 1999-2006. Objects of great value such as the advertising used in the Vicente Fox Electoral Campaign in 1999, awards throughout the life of a Mexican President, or the chairs that were used in the visit of Pope John Paul II on August 2, 2002.
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