- The 17th century Templo de San Diego and Convento de Santa María de los Angeles, founded in the sixteenth century, together comprise this historical museum. The temple and convent, also known as the Convento Churubusco, served as fortresses for Mexican troops against the invasion by the United States in 1847. After several ends, in 1981 the buildings were designated as a museum. The 14 exhibition halls provide a complete overview of the many invasions by foreign governments withstood by Mexico throughout its history.
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