Street highlights in Los Angeles

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Wilshire Boulevard is one of the principal east-west arterial roads in Los Angeles. It was named after Mr. Henry Gaylord Wilshire who was a real-estate, gold-mining businessman. It is located in Santa Monica City, between Downtown Los Angeles and Ocean Avenue.


The Metro Rapid line 720 also operates along Wilshire. The boulevard's widest portion is in Westwood and Holmby Hills, where it expands to six-eight lanes. The Third Street Promenade, Wadsworth Theatre, Hammer Museum, Wilshire Theatre, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, McArthur Park, etc are some of the land marks along Wilshire Boulevard. The Wilshire Boulevard Temple, the oldest reform synagogue in Los Angeles is also located here.
Sunset Boulevard is a long winding thoroughfare spread about 20 miles in the western part of Los Angeles, stretches from Figueroa Street in downtown Los Angeles, near Olvera Street, to the blue Pacific. Sunset Boulevard passes through Hollywood (just two blocks south of Hollywood Boulevard), then becomes the Sunset Strip as it passes through West Hollywood, weaves its way through Beverly Hills and Bel-Air, and finally winds its way through the rustic foothills of the Santa Monica mountains, to finally end at the Pacific Ocean near Malibu. The street is famous for its Hollywood celebrity culture and the phrase "Sunset Boulevard" indicates glamour associated with Tinsel town The name Sunset Boulevard has become a part of Hollywood legend, the inspiration for countless songs, movies & TV shows. The boulevard is at least four lanes in width for all of its route. ...
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