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Los Angeles (au pluriel)

La ville de Los Angeles est immense.
Hollywood, Los Feliz, Downtown, Silver Lake, Echo Park, Chinatown, … Chaque quartier a son âme et ses adeptes. 16 more words

Voyage

Installment No. 611: This is Colorado No. 264

Eighty miles west of Bent’s Fort John Gantt and Captain Blackwell built a trading post near the confluence of Fountain Creek and the Arkansas River in 1832. 21 more words

State Of Colorado

Installment No. 603: This is Colorado No. 258

The Cherokee Trail, named for the Oklahoma Native American Nation that developed it as a route to the California goldfields, followed the Arkansas River to Bent’s Fork and El Pueblo in the State of Colorado, and then turned north along the Trappers Trail to the Overland Trail.

State Of Colorado

A different side of Los Angeles that everyone should see

Los Angeles is one of the most visited cities in the world. It has Hollywood, a string of famous beaches, the original Disney properties, and Griffith Park. 146 more words

Travel

Installment No. 574: This is Colorado No. 230

Some ghost towns in the State of Colorado were actually predecessors to later settlements that became present-day cities. For example, the 1840s settlement of El Pueblo, which was destroyed by Ute fighters, and which would become the site of Pueblo, established in 1860.

State Of Colorado

El Pueblo de Los Angeles

Pretty self-explanatory here… It’s kind of like the mission except I don’t think Latinos actually live there anymore. Or very few maybe. 46 more words

Buildings

Secretary General of Amnesty International replies to our AMA question on Reddit

Our question:

“Given the horrific enforced disappearances and the state-sponsored drug cartels in Mexico, where do you see the country in a year, 5 years, 10 years?

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