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Always take the scenic route πŸ‘†πŸ½βœ¨πŸ“€πŸŒΎ

Hello Los Angeles! ✌️
By the way did you know this? πŸ‘‡

Sept. 4, 1781 is the city’s official birthdate, when 44 village settlers from the Mexican provinces of Sonora and Sinaloa made their home in what is now Downtown Los Angeles. Two of the 44 settlers were Spaniards, while the others were Indians, Blacks and Mestizos of mixed ancestry. The Spanish named the new settlement El Pueblo de Nuestra Senora la Reina de Los Angeles, or The Town of Our Lady the Queen of the Angels. After the territory changed hands from Spain to Mexico, the town was officially declared a city in 1835. Los Angeles became part of the U.S. in January 1847.
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See you soon CaliforniaπŸ‘‹πŸ‘‹ #venice #venicebeach #LA #discoveringLA #californiadreaming

Meet Chef Sergio, a new cocinero from Acapulco. Working now in the back kitchen of a local watering hole known for burgers and wings. He has locals puzzled and in awe from his food. His cooking skills are excellent, trained in French techniques and worked on the shores of Mexico. We need to find this guy a good place to cook here in LA. #chef #LA #DiscoveringLA #mexicancuisine

LA nights, falling in love of this city #discoveringla #amazingplaces #inspiration #withyou @frenchfitdiary

Pretty colored stairs in Silverlake #silverlakestairs #discoveringla @elsaccastro

#discoveringla and Little Tokyo β›© again + good sushi 🍣 and squishie searching with new transplants @lindafrank @alex_frank__10 @repojay #laliving #diversity #squishies

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Downtown LA Art District ❀️❀️
#DiscoveringLA #artdistrict #artwalls #goodtimes #friendship

Spending the weekend away with this little 😈 @selenakishekk

Hello Los Angeles! ✌️
By the way did you know this? πŸ‘‡

Sept. 4, 1781 is the city’s official birthdate, when 44 village settlers from the Mexican provinces of Sonora and Sinaloa made their home in what is now Downtown Los Angeles. Two of the 44 settlers were Spaniards, while the others were Indians, Blacks and Mestizos of mixed ancestry. The Spanish named the new settlement El Pueblo de Nuestra Senora la Reina de Los Angeles, or The Town of Our Lady the Queen of the Angels. After the territory changed hands from Spain to Mexico, the town was officially declared a city in 1835. Los Angeles became part of the U.S. in January 1847.
#losangeles #california #history #facts #discoveringla

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