The building dates back to 1942. It first functioned as the Franklin Delano Roosvelt school, but in 1968 the government took the property and it became the seat of the Town Hall. The building has a neocolonial style, made with gray cantera. The central patio features a fountain with a corn shaped spout, of great importance in the region. The stairs are decorated with different murals, such as “Revolutions of the World” by Guillermo Chávez and “History of Zapopan” by Ricardo Peña.
Museums and historic landmarks
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