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Mexico's Barragan House a rare gem

By ANITA SNOW THE Associated Press

This article was published March 18, 2018 at 2:33 a.m.

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Architect Luis Barragan’s Mexico City house still looks much the same as it did in 2004 when it was named a UNESCO World Heritage Site for its architectural significance.

CASA LUIS BARRAGAN: General Francisco Ramirez 12-14, Col. Daniel Garza, reachable by taxi. Tour appointments must be made in advance at casaluisbarragan.org/eng/en_visitas2.html. Cost is 400 pesos (about $21). Children must be 10 or older and accompanied by an adult.

MEXICO CITY -- In a working-class neighborhood of Mexico City, two concrete buildings hidden near the end of a cul de sac draw visitors from around the world.

CASA LUIS BARRAGAN: General Francisco Ramirez 12-14, Col. Daniel Garza, reachable by taxi. Tour appointments must be made in advance at casaluisbarragan.org/eng/en_visitas2.html. Cost is 400 pesos (about $21). Children must be 10 or older and accompanied by an adult.

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