National Archive of Mexico
Institution: National Archive of Mexico

The National Archive of Mexico deposited some of their most valuable assets; the Constitution of the Mexican Federation, the Independence Act of the Mexican Empire, fragments of the book “Chronicles of Michoacán in 1552” that describes the conquest of Michoacán, as well as historical maps, drawings and illustrations. “It is an amazing feeling to know that my nation’s memory will be kept safe for future generations”, Eric Cardoso, CTO – National Archive of Mexico

Read more about National Archive of Mexico:

www.agn.gob.mx

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