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The anthropology museum traces the city all the way through times past, from its colonial Spanish plaza to the current full of life streets of these days. The museum came into existent at the beginning Paseo de Montego. This was a manor constructed in the early past times and was later converted into a museum. The architecture is such that it has Spanish influence. This monument has immense pictures and craft present on the building of Paseo de Montego. The structural design is beautiful as are the minute details and art work within as well. This is a small design with some extremely motivating exhibit; there is a petite payment when one has to come indoors. One would enjoy the sculptures above all. It’s a pleasant district for a stroll and an interesting structure to distinguish, but the museum doesn’t even have a tad of the Mayan fine art work. At present the museum is not that well maintained; only some remains of the museum are present.