INAH Museums Network

2 Museums
Museo de las Misiones Jesuitas en Baja California Sur
Local
An important religious and mission complex in Baja California, it is one of eighteen established by the Mexican Province of the Company of Jesus, to teach, evangelize and protect the ethnic groups in the region from sins. This lasted until all Jesuits were expelled from the Spanish empire in 1767 on the order of Charles III. Its collection focuses on the missionaries and their pupils.
Baja California Sur
Museos
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Museo Regional de Antropología e Historia de Baja California Sur
Regional
A modern building houses some thousand-year old remains of human life in the state. The museum shows the geology of the peninsula, fossils, its unique natural environment, the life of early settlers and their extraordinary cave paintings, the Jesuit Missions, and ethnology.
Baja California Sur
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