In Downtown Los Angeles you’ll find a monument acknowledging all of the cities throughout the world who share kinship with Los Angeles.
Category Archives: Monument
Bust of José de San Martin
In the middle of a traffic island along a hectic street just outside of Beverly Hills, you can find a tribute to the father of Chile, Peru, and Argentina.
Cathedral Oak Monument
Along a sleepy stretch of road in South Pasadena you’ll drive by the location of the first Easter service ever held in California. Supposedly.
On a quiet corner in East Los Angeles you can find a full-size replica of a tribute to the Aztec goddess Coyolxauhqui.
Portal of the Folded Wings Shrine to Aviation
At the entrance to a cemetery in Burbank, a you’ll find an homage to the pioneers of aviation inside an ornate, domed archway.
Walk A Mile In My Shoes: A Civil Rights Memorial
In Baldwin Hills, two monuments sit in the middle of traffic islands, celebrating the victories of the Civil Rights Movement.
Space Shuttle Challenger Memorial: Astronaut Ellison S. Onizuka Memorial
In Little Tokyo you’ll find a tribute to the crew of the Space Shuttle Challenger Seven.
Korean Bell of Friendship
In San Pedro you can visit a 17-ton bell that’s a symbol of the lasting friendship between the United States and South Korea.
Pasadena Hunt Club Monument
In a somewhat out of the way corner in the Angeles National Forest, you can find a lasting monument to the Pasadena Hunt Club.
The Shakespeare Bridge
An elegantly styled Gothic bridge, named for William Shakespeare, spans a dry stream bed in the Franklin Hills.