In Downtown Los Angeles you’ll find a monument acknowledging all of the cities throughout the world who share kinship with Los Angeles.
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.
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.
At the entrance to a cemetery in Burbank, a you’ll find an homage to the pioneers of aviation inside an ornate, domed archway.
In Baldwin Hills, two monuments sit in the middle of traffic islands, celebrating the victories of the Civil Rights Movement.
In Little Tokyo you’ll find a tribute to the crew of the Space Shuttle Challenger Seven.
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.
In a somewhat out of the way corner in the Angeles National Forest, you can find a lasting monument to the Pasadena Hunt Club.
An elegantly styled Gothic bridge, named for William Shakespeare, spans a dry stream bed in the Franklin Hills.