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Dallas Museum of Art

Listed under Art Collections in Dallas, United States.

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The DMA houses collections of international art, with a focus on the Americas, Africa, and Asia and the Pacific. The Americas section is perhaps the most significant, showing important pieces from Aztec, Mayan and Nazca civilisations as well as Spanish colonial art.

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Good Local Museum - not world class

The DMA is a nice place to visit for people local to Texas, the south or the midwest, or for people from small cities that lack amenities. Good for north Texas schoolkids to field trip, but people who seek The Met or Smithsonian quality need not bother.

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