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Spanish Colonial Revival

Photo by David Wakely

Rancho Los Alamitos

Rancho Los Alamitos has hosted generations of various cultures, from the native Gabrielino-Tongva to governors to early Western families.
Rancho Los Amigos and power plant structure. Photo by Adrian Scott Fine/L.A. Conservancy

Rancho Los Amigos

The former County Poor Farm, now abandoned, provides a rare glimpse into the early history of Los Angeles.
The Doumakes House
Photo courtesy deasy/penner&partners

The Doumakes House

The Doumakes House was the first site to be landmarked after L.A. County's preservation program took effect.
Photo by Michael Locke

Vista Theatre

Located on Sunset Drive where Sunset Boulevard becomes Hollywood Boulevard, the Vista Theatre was originally known as the Lou Bard Playhouse or Bard's Hollywood. The theatre, designed by noted theatre architect Lewis A. Smith, is a unique combination of decorative styles - a Spanish Colonial Revival exterior and an Egyptian-themed interior.

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