• DistrictCoyoacán

Within the striking cobalt-blue concrete walls of Casa Azúl, or “Blue House,” the artist Frida Kahlo spent the better part of her extraordinary life painting after a nearly fatal bus accident, all while navigating a tumultuous relationship with her husband, Diego Rivera, and hosting the exiled Leon Trotsky. Built by her father, Guillermo Kahlo, in 1904, the house is a fascinating example of 20th-century Mexican architecture, filled with rich history, rare works, and a central-courtyard garden.

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