Due to its great extension and polycentric urban structure, Los Angeles does not have a “museum district”, like the Smithsonian Quadrangle in Washington D.C. or Berlin’s Museuminsel.
Some of the city’s most important cultural institutions concentrate in two areas, the Museum Rowin the Miracle Mile district and Grand Avenue in downtown L.A.; nevertheless many other notable exhibition venues are distributed across the whole urban area.
Museums and cultural events in Los Angeles and Southern California reflect the multicultural history and manifold character of the region, spanning time and geography in an unique way.
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