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The quaint buildings and courtyards that make up the Spanish Village Art Center were originally built in 1935 to depict a charming old village in Spain for the second California Pacific Internationa Exposition. In 1937, the Spanish village was reopened as an art destination by a group of dedicated artists. During World War II the US Army used the village for temporary barracks, and in 1947 it was reclaimed and restored by the artists.
Today, Spanish Village Art Center continues to be a thriving community of over 200 artisans who share their talent and the love of all things art with you.
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