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By 1968 the popularity of Tiki and Marine-Oriented modern styles had waned. Although there is a resurgence in their popularity, many of examples have been demolished or modernized beyond recognition.


Luckily, a good deal of San Diego’s Tiki temples can still be found, especially in and around Mission Bay and Shelter Island, which may have the largest concentration of its kind in the nation.


Our hope is that this booklet may serve as an introduction to and inspire others to seek out other Tiki treasures in their neighborhoods. This in turn may lead to their recognition, preservation, and continued use by other generations of Tikiphiles.


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