Sonora in the Revolution Museum

This museum is a Government of the State of Sonora’s agency. This place was property of Don Francisco Obregon Tapia, son of the General Alvaro Obregon, who for a long time kept it as a private collection. Thanks to the efforts made by the State Government and Obregon’s family, this property has been enabled to exhibit everything that had been guarded by the relatives of General Alvaro Obregon. It opened to the public on October 29th, 2009. The museum has Don Alvaro Obregon as its principal figure, and has different scenarios about the valleys from the Yaqui and Mayo rivers, the Mexican Revolution, armed Sonoran people, and about the construction of contemporaneous Mexico.

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