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This 34 cottages village is just outside the main course, in the forest on the top of Palm Canyon. Each house represents a country , its culture and traditions. Like a small museum displaying unique items of history and art.
This quiet and peaceful place...More
This was a lucky find while we were walking in Balboa Park - our first time in San Diego. Stumbled upon these cute cottages that showcased different countries, and in each cottage there is information about the country and some folks who could answer questions....More
Went on a Sunday where there was a special event around songs and dances from Austria and Bawarian (Germany). Waltzing with Strauss and Lederhosen folklore.
Houses from many countries served small samples of food from their part of the World. Peace and Harmony all over...More
We visited this area after the Spreckles Organ concert on a Sunday afternoon. All of the cottages were open and most offered "goodies" to eat (small donation). We visited all of them and tried a lot of international desserts. It is like a micro world's...More
This is a fun place to spend a few hours , learn about different countries and their foods. Each country has a small cottage left from the a World Exposition yard back . The staff at each location. Is eager to share information and display...More
Each cottage is staffed by club members representing the cultures of the nations of the worlds. But they are obviously underfunded and have few assets to properly describe the traditions and cultures represented.
This little community circle of small cottages from the 1915 World Exposition still draws visitors today. Countries represented from all over: China, Germany, France, the U.S., Denmark, Sweden, Italy, Iran...on and on. Every weekend (Sunday at 2) a different country gets to take the central...More
My wife and I went to the House of Pacific Relations International Cottages today, and had a great time. We spent the early afternoon walking around and visiting all of the "Houses " from all kinds of different international countries. At 2:00pm to 3:00pm we...More