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  • J. Paul Getty CenterJ. Paul Getty Center Los Angeles, California
    The Getty Center is located in Brentwood, Los Angeles, California and is the main location of the two included in the J. Paul Getty Museum. Its permanent collection contains 19th and 20th century European and American photographs, illuminated manuscripts, decorative arts, drawings, pre-20th century European paintings and sculptures. One of the most impressive and well known pieces is the painting called Irises by Vincent van Gogh. The center opened in 1997, and has become famous because of its architecture, gardens and incredible views of the city. The image to the right was taken from satellite and shows you the huge complex sitting atop the hill, with other buildings including the Getty Foundation, Getty Research Institute, Getty Conservation Institute and the administrative offices of the J. Paul Getty Trust, owner and manager of the center. The entire site includes 24 acres, just a portion of the 110 acre site sitting in the Santa Monica Mountains, high above Interstate 405, and set within a natural boundary of 600 acres. T

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  • Page Museum at the La Brea Tar PitsPage Museum at La Brea Tar Pits Los Angeles, California
    The George C. Page Museum is part of the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County and was constructed by the tar pits in Hancock Park in Los Angeles to inform the public of the story of these tar pits and to showcase the specimens that have been excavated from them. You can walk around the pits, viewing all the life-sized models of prehistoric animals that have been placed there for a better understanding of the life that existed way back then. There are more than 100 tar pits, but number 91 is the only one regularly dug by researchers because of the enormous treasures that have been pulled from there. Every summer, the pit is roped off so that visitors can watch the proceedings that develop here as paleontologists supervise and direct the work of people that have come here to volunteer during the two months of excavation.

January 11, 2011