In Torreón they go for restoration of facades in two historic buildings

Municipal authorities reported that the facades of two historic buildings in the Centro de Torreón area will be remodeled before the current administration ends, namely the Casa Málaga and the Banco de México building.

It was the office of the Historic Center of Torreón, attached to the Directorate of Public Works, which reported this Wednesday that the first of the buildings, Casa Málaga, will receive a restoration of its facade by removing different non-original elements, mainly various advertisements and painting and thus discover its bricks and appear its Neoclassical and Baroque style, for several years that house was inhabited by the renowned historian Eduardo Guerra.

In the case of Banco de México, located at the intersection of Morelos avenue and Cepeda street, it is a property acquired by the Municipality of Torreón 2005 and cataloged by the National Institute of Fine Arts and Literature (INBAL) for its aesthetic value and architectural, some damage to the Art Deco style façade will be remedied and designer lighting will be placed to highlight its elements and pay for its integration as a more integrated attraction to Paseo Morelos.

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