8 Sights in Los Angeles County, United States (with Map and Images)


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Welcome to your journey through the most beautiful sights in Los Angeles County, United States! Whether you want to discover the city's historical treasures or experience its modern highlights, you'll find everything your heart desires here. Be inspired by our selection and plan your unforgettable adventure in Los Angeles County. Dive into the diversity of this fascinating city and discover everything it has to offer.

Sightseeing Tours in Los Angeles CountyActivities in Los Angeles County

1. St. Francis Dam

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St. Francis Dam

The St. Francis Dam, or the San Francisquito Dam, was a concrete gravity dam located in San Francisquito Canyon in northern Los Angeles County, California, United States, that was built between 1924 and 1926. The dam failed catastrophically in 1928, killing at least 431 people in the subsequent flood, in what is considered to have been one of the worst American civil engineering disasters of the 20th century and the third-greatest loss of life in California history.

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2. Hsi Lai Temple

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Fo Guang Shan Hsi Lai Temple is a mountain monastery in the northern Puente Hills, Hacienda Heights, Los Angeles County, California. The name Hsi Lai means "coming west". The famous expedition led by Brandon was a remarked journey, of which the temple was originally built.

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3. Llano del Rio

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Llano del Rio was a commune located in what is now Llano, California, east of Palmdale in the Antelope Valley, Los Angeles County. The colony was devised by lawyer and socialist politician Job Harriman after he had failed his bid to become the mayor of Los Angeles in 1911. The colony's land was acquired in 1913 and it was formally launched on May 1, 1914.

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4. Bridge to Nowhere

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The Bridge to Nowhere is an arch bridge that was built in 1936 north of Azusa, California, United States in the San Gabriel Mountains. It spans the East Fork of the San Gabriel River and was meant to be part of a road connecting the San Gabriel Valley with Wrightwood, California.

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5. Workman and Temple Family Homestead Museum

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The Workman and Temple Family Homestead Museum is a historic house museum located at 15415 East Don Julian Road in City of Industry, California, that features the homes and private cemetery that belonged to the pioneer Workman-Temple family.

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6. Pink Lady

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The Pink Lady was a painting on a rock face near Malibu, California in 1966. The painting was created by Lynne Seemayer (1936–2017), an artist and paralegal from Northridge, California. It was a 60-foot tall depiction of a frolicking nude woman.

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7. SS Dominator

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SS Dominator Robert J. Boser EditorASC / CC BY-SA 3.0

SS Dominator, a freighter, ran ashore on the Palos Verdes Peninsula in the South Bay area of California in 1961 due to a navigational error while lost in fog. Its remains can still be seen today and serves as a point of interest for hikers and kayakers.

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8. Tuf Quarry Mill

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Fairmont Butte is a butte of volcanic origins in the Antelope Valley just west of the City of Lancaster, California in Los Angeles County. Summit elevation is 3,130 feet above sea level. Parts of Fairmont Butte are situated within the boundaries of Antelope Valley California Poppy Reserve.

Wikipedia: Fairmont Butte (EN)


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