When I was in LA, I noticed a cool park. I found it is was El Pueblo de Los Angeles and it is a historic district located in the oldest section on LA. It was founded in 1781 and has been under three flags (Spain, Mexico and U.S.) The 44 -park area was designated a state historic monument in 1953 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1972:
|King Carlos III of Spain 1759-1788|
|Felipe De Neve Spanish Governor of California 1775-1782|
El Pueblo de Los Angeles is a wonderful place and a must visit when you are in the City of Angeles.