Although the city boasts an impressive array of galleries and museums, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) still manages to offer a unique experience. Opened in 1965, it collates artworks representing LA's many different cultures, including impressive collections of Islamic, Latin American and Asian pieces. In particular, the Islamic art section is one of the most comprehensive held by any gallery in the world, but with more than 120,000 objects – ranging from ancient to modern – the LACMA has something to please everyone. The museum is situated in the centre of Hancock Park, standing midway between the downtown city centre and the beach.
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