San Diego Historical Landmarks—#1: El Prado Designation Area, part 10

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San Diego Historical Landmarks

For the introductory blog post to San Diego’s historical landmarks, click on San Diego’s Historical Landmarks.

#1: El Prado Area Designation, part 1
#1: El Prado Area Designation, part 2
#1: El Prado Area Designation, part 3
#1: El Prado Area Designation, part 4
#1: El Prado Area Designation, part 5
#1: El Prado Area Designation, part 6
#1: El Prado Area Designation, part 7
#1: El Prado Area Designation, part 8
#1: El Prado Area Designation, part 9

El Prado Area Designation

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Let’s keep meandering along El Prado to the East. We’re nearly to the end!

On the north side of the Plaza de Panama circle is the San Diego Museum of Art.

San Diego Museum of Art

Pictures copyright 2012 Russel Ray Photos

San Diego Museum of Art

Pictures copyright 2012 Russel Ray Photos

The San Diego Museum of Art is the oldest, largest, and most visited art museum in San Diego County, hosting a half million visitors each year. The Museum’s permanent collection of Spanish and Italian old masters…

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