Los Angeles National Cemetery

Description


The Los Angeles National Cemetery is a United States National Cemetery in West Los Angeles, California, located at the intersection of Wilshire Boulevard and Sepulveda Boulevard. The cemetery was dedicated on May 22, 1889. Interred on its 114 acres (46 ha) are war veterans, from the Spanish-American War, World War I, World War II, Korean War, and other American conflicts. An annual ceremony commemorating the birthday of Abraham Lincoln is held at the cemetery on or near February 12. Go to the map ⬆⬆

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You can find around this zone pois of interest and places relates with Populated areas, municipalities, cities and towns, what to see / tourism / architecture and monuments, Shopping centers, Universities, Roads, Night clubs, Hamlets, villages and towns, Private elementary schools, Historical Facts

Populated areas, municipalities, cities and towns

  1. Marina del Rey (California)
  2. Inglewood (California)
  3. Oak Glen (California)

what to see / tourism / architecture and monuments

  1. Westchester (Los Ángeles)
  2. Studio City (Los Ángeles)
  3. Bergamot Station
  4. Los Angeles National Cemetery
  5. North Hollywood

Shopping centers

  1. Westfield Fox Hills

Universities

  1. Universidad Loyola Marymount
  2. Drake Stadium (UCLA)
  3. American Jewish University

Roads

  1. Ruta Estatal de California 2

Night clubs

  1. Whisky a Go Go

Hamlets, villages and towns

  1. Brentwood, Los Angeles
  2. West Los Angeles

Private elementary schools

  1. Carlthorp School

Historical Facts

  1. Muscle Beach

Other interest places

  1. Pauley Pavilion
  2. Jeff Ho Surfboards and Zephyr Productions

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