El Pueblo de Los Angeles, Los Angeles

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Have an authentic encounter with L.A. at El Pueblo de Los Angeles, one of the oldest parts of the city that was once under Spanish and Mexican rule. Centered around a main plaza, this district stands in testament to the city's storied past and was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1972. Visit the area's landmark church, which dates back to the 1800s. In addition to a theater, firehouse, and other significant attractions, this neighborhood also boasts the city's oldest surviving residence. See El Pueblo de Los Angeles and all Los Angeles has to offer by arranging your trip with our Los Angeles driving holiday planning website.
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  • You have to see to believe. It contains artifacts from Los Angeles history as this is the birthplace of Los Angeles where people gathered, traded, and lived their lives.  more »
  • No matter how many times I come to LA , I need to visit El Pueblo de Los Angeles. The place is simply beautiful, nice vendors, and plenty of character in each corner... The place is not big, bit...  more »

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