EL PUEBLO de LOS ANGELES
HISTORIC BUILDINGSAvila Adobe, Biscailuz Building, Brunswig Drugs, Casa Pelanconi, Fire House, Garnier Block, Hammel Building, Hellman-Quon Bldg, Iglesia, Italian Hall, Masonic Hall, Merced Theatre, Pico Hotel, Plaza Church, Plaza House, Sepulveda House, Simpson Building, Railway Substation.
LOCATIONCampo Santo, Chicano Timetrip, Chinese-American Museum, Cielito Lindo, Fort Moore Hill, Kiosko, Olvera Street, Paseo de la Plaza, Zanja Madre.
PUBLIC ARTL'Annunciazione, Bell of Dolores, Blessing of the Animals, Olvera Street Cross, Father Hidalgo, Felipe de Neve, Guadalupe mural, King Carlos.
On september 4th in the year 1781 eleven families of Pobladores, 44 persons including children, arrived at this place from the Gulf of California to establish a Pueblo which was to become the City of Los Angeles.
This colonisation, ordered by King Carlos III. of Spain, was carried out under the direction of Governor Felipe de Neve.
After years of decay Christine Sterling, the mother of Olvera Street fell in love with an adobe building of this historic village and began to develop this seedy area into a Mexican-style tourist attraction.
El Paseo de Los Angeles historic monument was established on April 19th, 1930 for tourism and education.