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KEN KRAMER'S ABOUT SAN DIEGO

The legacy of the 1915 Panama California Exposition

  • Aired: 06/18/2015
  • 08:47
  • Rating: NR
A century ago, San Diego set out on a bold plan to celebrate what the Panama Canal would mean to us: the joining of the Pacific and Atlantic. The Panama California Expo lasted two years, but it left an enduring legacy in Balboa Park. Celebrate the buildings, historical events, and magical moments. See the ornate concrete remnants in the 'boneyard'. And view things changed, forgotten, or even gone!
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Throughout Balboa Park, you can discover traces of what remain from the 1915 Exposition.
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