National Palace

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Luigi's photograph of a part of Diego Rivera's painting in the National Palace
Luigi's photograph of a part of Diego Rivera's mural in the National Palace
“The explorer Cortez convinced Mexico to build the National Palace. Inside is a painting by Diego Rivera, one of Mexico's most famous artists. He is especially well-known for his political murals, in particular for the 1200-square-foot painting "The Epic of the Mexican People" in Mexico City's National Palace. The wall painting took the artist, and his 16 full-time assistants, 16 years to complete. The painting depicts Mexico's exciting political history.”
Pamphlet, Mario is Missing!

The National Palace (known in Spanish as Palacio Nacional Capitalino) in Mexico City is the seat of the federal executive in Mexico. It is also well-known for having the Diego Rivera mural The History of Mexico in its stairwall. During the events of all versions of Mario is Missing!, this mural was stolen right off the walls by Koopa Troopas. If Luigi managed to find and return it to the National Palace, he was rewarded a prize of 1,800 dollars.