Some of Hollywood’s biggest stars can be found here in this tiny hidden cemetery tucked behind the towering high-rises that line busy Wilshire Boulevard.
300 acres of rollings hills, dead celebrities, incredible sculptures and patriotic fervor.
San Juan Capistrano has the distinction of being home to the oldest building in California still in use, a chapel built in 1782.
The crown jewel of the more than 80 mausoleums constructed by Cecil E. Bryan.
Where LA’s famous and infamous Jewish power players rest in peace.
Mission San Gabriel Arcangel was the 4th of 21 Spanish missions built in California, constructed in 1771 just after San Antonio Mission on the Central Coast of California.
Mission San Fernando Rey de España was founded on September 8, 1797, and was the 17th of the 21 Spanish missions established in Alta California.
Why travel to the real Holy Land when you can visit the fake one right here in LA’s Silver Lake neighborhood.
The recently restored Temple Of The Stars is so beautiful that I may just have to convert, oy vey!
Founded in 1831 as America’s First Garden Cemetery.
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