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    San Diego Museum of ManSan Diego Museum of Man San Diego, California
    this anthropology museum is situated in Balboa Park in San Diego, California and contained in numerous historic landmark structures that concentrate on the pre-Columbian history of the western Americas, with excellent materials gathered from the Native American cultures of the southern California area and Mesoamerican cultures like the Mayan and Andean civilizations like the Moche. This museum also houses a magnificent collection of ancient Egyptian antiquities and others from across the globe and total about 72,000 relics from all the collections and 37,000 historical photographs, with the majority of them coming from Native Americans. It discovered its path in the Panama-California Exposition that opened in 1915 when the inauguration of the Panama Canal opened and the main exhibit was "The Story of Man through the Ages". Before this exhibit closed, George Marston would head a group of citizens that created the San Diego Museum Association to keep the collection and convert it into a permanent museum. It is still located in the original structures from that expo and includes the California Quadrangle and Tower that is now one of the most significant landmarks in the city, as well as being listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

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    Timken Museum of ArtTimken Museum of Art San Diego, California
    another outstanding museum located in Balboa Park in San Diego, California is the Timken Museum of Art that claims to be one of the great small museums of the world that opened in 1965 that had been bought by the sisters Amy and Anne Putnam, who gave the nucleus of the collections housed there as well as donating funds to construct the building. The sisters had come to the area in the early 20th century and given much to the San Diego Museum of Art during its early years and then started a nonprofit that would loan their beautiful collection to noteworthy museums around the country. The museum opened in a five room gallery that was created in marble and bronze and designed by architect Frank Hope and showcases an excellent number of European old master paintings, tapestries and sculptures that include works by such famous artists as Peter Paul Rubens, Frans Hals, Pieter Brueghal the Elder and Anthony Van Dyck along with a magnificent Rembrandt in its permanent collection, and is the only museum in the city that does.

April 6, 2011