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Hollywood Sign

One of the most telling symbols of Southern California's glamorous child – Los Angeles - the Hollywood Sign can be spotted from its sky-high perch on Mount Lee. This popular piece of signage was originally set up in 1923 to serve as an advertising gimmick for real estate development, only to become as legendary as its abode in the years that followed the Golden Age of Hollywood. Overlooking the urbane sprawl of its namesake neighborhood, the sign glistens under the Californian sun, profoundly iconic in its stark white lettering that stands at a height of 13.4 meters (44 feet). Swathes of barricades and restricting gates prevent access to the sign, even as adventurous individuals attempt to trespass it. Part of an everlasting cultural fabric that blankets the city of Los Angeles and perhaps all of America, this historical sign has come to be one of the most tangible aspects of Hollywood's fantastical realm.

Lake Balboa at Anthony C. Beilenson Park

This spacious park is known for its sprawling lake tucked away in the San Fernando Valley. Jog or walk along the lakeside as you watch the graceful swans and ducks glide through the water or enjoy a leisurely picnic beneath the Japanese Cherry Blossom trees. A children's playground will keep the little ones entertained while dogs run around on the grassy area. Barbecues, picnic tables and shady areas make this park a family-friendly locale.

Avila Adobe

This adobe structure, built by Don Francisco Avila, is considered the oldest existing house in Los Angeles. By modern standards the home is quite small, though at the time it was the largest in the area. Although it has been heavily restored, much of the original structure survives today. It now functions as a museum with the interior having been refurbished to include a four-post bed and other typical furnishings from the era.

Bungalow Heaven

Though not as opulent as Orange Grove Boulevard or Hillcrest Avenue, the Bungalow Heaven is equally as intriguing from an architectural point of view. Built around the same time as the Greene brothers' mansions, many of these craftsman constructions were built for around 2,000 USD, a small sum even in adjusted figures. Some of the most impressive craftsmanship of these homes is found in their interiors. Additionally, a walking tour map of this area can be obtained for free at the Pasadena Convention & Visitors Bureau.

Magoski Arts Colony

Magoski Arts Colony is a collective of artists that bring together a wide range of work in this remarkable gallery. The artwork is unique and the style changes from artist to artist, ensuring you'll find a painting that perfectly matches your taste. Take a look around and you may find an affordable piece of art from an up-and-coming artist. Magoski Arts Colonyis open during the Downtown Fullerton Art Walk or you can schedule an appointment to view the collection.

Adamm's Stained Glass & Art Glass Gallery

This gallery is not only about beautiful displays. Adamm's Stained Glass & Art Glass Gallery also represents budding talent and is known around the world for its creations in glass. A visit to the gallery will bring you face to face with vessels, paperweights, lamps, plates, and sculptures of incredible design. What's more, Susan G/ott, Gavin Heath and other designers make their art affordable to the public.

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