Public Murals Live in East LA

Nov 10, 2009 by Lisa Newton

Although Los Angeles is famous for its “Hills;” Beverly, Hollywood, Holmby, etc., there are other parts of our City of Angeles that tell other stories. One such place is Ramona Gardens– the oldest public housing project in Los Angeles. Originally built in 1941 with four 2 story buildings, it now encompasses large interlocking streets of similar styled sections of colored townhouse style homes.

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