This article accompanies the fable
The building may have been a prison and a monastery at different times but now it is owned by two artists who knew Kahlo and Rivera well, linking all the characters in this story.
Also in Coyoacán: Frida Kahlo's La Casa Azul (now the Museo Frida Kahlo), and the Trotsky Museum (El Museo Casa de León Trotsky) - more here.
Hidden away unobtrusively in Coyoacán is the sculpture Monumento al Mestizaje by Julián Martínez y M. Maldonado (1982). The photo below only shows Malinche. Below that is the entire sculpture. Originally I believe it was in the Coyoacán Zócalo, but following protests it was moved to a little known park, the Parque Xicoténcatl, Barrio de San Diego Churubusco. The sculpture depicts Cortés, Malinche and their son. Photos: Javier Delgado Rosas.