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Los Angeles, California

Los Angeles, often called simply L.A., is the largest city in the state of California and the second-largest (only to New York City) in the United States. It is an alpha world city having a population of over four million people and spanning 498 square miles. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the Los Angeles metropolitan area has a total area of 4,850 square miles and is home to roughly 13 million people. Los Angeles was founded in 1781 by Spanish Captain Rivera y Moncada, yet it was not incorporated as a municipality until April 4, 1850—five months before California achieved statehood. It is the county seat of Los Angeles County. The Los Angeles area is one of the world's centers of culture, science, technology, international trade, and higher education, and is home to world-renowned institutions in a broad range of professional and cultural fields. The city and its immediate surrounding vicinity lead the world in producing popular entertainment—such as motion pictures, television, and recorded music—which forms the base of Los Angeles's international fame and global status.

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  • Carl's Jr. / Green Burrito, Steve (guest) wrote 6 days ago:
    American Beauty - Filming Location
  • 8325 Hollywood Boulevard, Mark (guest) wrote 12 days ago:
    William Tilley House (formerly?) http://la.curbed.com/tags/william-tilley
  • Henry Alvarez Memorial Park, csc (guest) wrote 13 days ago:
    Frank Alvarez, can you please tell me the story of how the park came to be named for your uncle? Thanks.
  • The Only Chavez Ravine Neighborhood NOT Torn Down For Dodger Stadium, Mike (guest) wrote 16 days ago:
    UCLA did not displace any neighborhoods. It was Wolfskill's farm.
  • The Only Chavez Ravine Neighborhood NOT Torn Down For Dodger Stadium, JoeWikimapia wrote 18 days ago:
    Yeah, I hate that they demolished those magnificent Craftsman homes which once stood in Westwood and thereupon built UCLA. Think of all the minds they've since screwed up.
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