Los Angeles (LA) is the largest city in California, located in Southern California, between the San Gabriel Mountains on the east and west coast in the Pacific Ocean.
Los Angelesis the most populous city in California and the second most populous city in the United States after New York City. It is also known as the “City of Angels” or simply LA. The city is surrounded by desert landscapes, mountain ranges, forests, valleys and beaches along the Pacific coast.
The map of Lost Los Angeles shows the 8 boroughs into which the city of Los Angeles is divided, including Downtown, Eastside, Harbour Area, Hollywood, San Fernando Valley, South Central, Westside and Wilshire. The layout of Los Angeles is quite similar to a grid, making it easy to navigate. It belongs to the state of California and is located in Los Angeles County. Calship built hundreds of Liberty and Victory Ships ships on Terminal Island, and the Los Angeles area was home to six of the country's leading aircraft manufacturers (Douglas Aircraft Company, Hughes Aircraft, Lockheed, North American Aviation, Northrop Corporation and Vultee).
Despite congestion in the city, the average daily commute time for travelers in Los Angeles is shorter than in other major cities. The Foursquare Gospel International Church was founded in Los Angeles by Aimee Semple McPherson in 1923 and continues to be based there to this day. The city hosts the annual Academy Awards, Primetime Emmy Awards, Grammy Awards, and many other entertainment industry awards. Many of these native species, such as the Los Angeles sunflower, have become so rare that they are considered endangered.
Los Angeles has a diverse economy and is home to businesses in a wide range of professional and cultural fields. The area is also subject to phenomena typical of a microclimate, which cause extreme temperature variations in close physical proximity to each other. There are numerous additional colleges and universities outside the city limits in the greater Los Angeles area. Outside of some centers such as Downtown, Warner Center, Century City, Koreatown, Miracle Mile, Hollywood and Westwood, skyscrapers and high-rise buildings are not common in Los Angeles.
As part of the aforementioned creative industry in the region, the four major television networks have production facilities and offices in several areas of Los Angeles.