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La Brea Tar Pits
and Natural History Museum

From: bard
Wed Sep 28 15:54:50 -0700 2005
Hi, does someone know what the site to the north is?

From: conselyea
Fri Mar 03 14:20:47 -0800 2006
Yes, it is the George C. Page Museum. It's the site for many of the items taken from the archeological digs around the tar pits - mammoths, sabertooth tigers and other artifacts. This is a living, working dig area where items are still found.

From: scott.and.lai@sbcglobal.net
Mon Mar 06 09:56:39 -0800 2006
Which site are you referring to?

From: bard
Mon May 01 05:15:21 -0700 2006
I refer to the symetrically built site with the circles on the left and right and the big X in the center.

From: scott.and.lai@sbcglobal.net
Sat Jan 20 23:05:07 -0800 2007
That would be the Park La Brea apartment complex.


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