Nicknamed the ‘City of Angels’; this city is not only home to Hollywood itself, but some of Hollywood’s most famous A-List stars.
Los Angeles is also known as the entertainment capital of the world, with most films, television shows and video games being produced there.
In 2010 the population was 3,792,621 making it the second most populated city in the United States of America.
Los Angeles was founded in 1781 and became part of Mexico in 1821. In 1848 following the Mexican-American war it was purchased by the USA as part of the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo.
Over 841 museums and galleries can be found in Los Angeles meaning it has more museums per capita then any other city in the world.
The museum choices include the: Los Angeles County Museum of Art, which is the largest museum in Western America, the Getty centre and the museum of contemporary art.
There are many landmarks in LA the most famous of which being the famous Hollywood sign.
Being the entertainment capital of the world Los Angeles plays home to many media HQ's such as the Fox Plaza, headquarters for Twentieth Century Fox.
With its multicultural society, the city is also home to many specialist newspapers including one written solely in Korean.
Los Angeles is sister city to 25 other towns/cities and has a sign outside city hall pointing in the direction of each of these.
These include Vancouver, Berlin, Bordeaux, Athens and Saint Petersburg, as well as this LA has friendships with other major cities including London and Manchester in the UK.
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