The UP Mexico campus stands out for its architectural composition, whose axis is three buildings of great historical value. This is the old work of Mixcoac, a building built in the 18th century and part of the INAH (National Institute of Anthropology and History) catalog of colonial monuments. In addition, there is the country house that the Chancellor family integrated into the surroundings of Mixcoac's work at the end of the 19th century and that today is known as its first owners. Finally, the property where José Fernández de Lizardi wrote The Sarniento Periquillo, and also included in the INAH catalog of colonial monuments, is part of the campus. These historic buildings coexist with modern facilities, suitable for the studies taught, ranging from chemistry and fluid laboratories to a television forum, which includes innovation, photography, radio and laboratories such as gastronomy and laboratories. Flexible manufacturing No project will be stranded due to lack of facilities.