The Desert Museum, which promotes an ecological culture is a museum in Saltillo, Coahuila. Designed by Francisco López Guerra, the famous architect, it was opened on 25th November 1999.
It boasts of a massive collection of plants and fossils as well as includes Mexican desert's autochthonous animals. It was opened on the 25th of November 1999 by the presiding President Ernesto Zedillo as well as the Amigos del Desierto de Coahuila foundation directors. It was the intention of the project to promote an ecological culture by displaying development of species over time and the wealth of life in an interactive manner.
The project was conceived in the 90s.Places nearby:
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