Architecture a Major Attraction in San Diego’s Balboa Park

Posted By Mike Padgett

Jan. 6, 2011

SAN DIEGO, Calif. – Balboa Park, with its eucalyptus trees overlooking downtown San Diego, is a magical place near the heart of one of my favorite cities. The timeless architecture of the museums is as interesting as the history within their walls.

This photo, taken during a recent visit, is of the West Arcade between the California Building and the Plaza de Panama. Converting the photo to black and white adds a hint of mystery to the attractive design.

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Jan 6th, 2011

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