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Byline: Ellen Creager
LOS ANGELES _ High above the valley of shallowness otherwise known as Hollywood, the Getty Center exudes highbrow culture.
Actual culture? In L.A?
It's true. Up here, there are no Lindsay Lohans in sight.
Instead, it has incredible views, glorious architecture by Richard Meier, artful gardens and priceless paintings by guys named Van Gogh and Monet.
Even better, it's free. And the museum has pretty much solved its parking issues.
The Getty opened in 1998 with great fanfare on a hilltop north of Santa Monica. At first, everybody and his brother rushed over to see the place. You had to book a time in …