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KNOW YOUR CITY, No. 20 — This is too easy. The city’s largest structure. Situated on a hill. Up around the top floors are a bunch of cutups. … Surely, you can guess. Answer on Pg. 38, Pt. 1.
ANSWER — How could you miss? It’s the General Hospital. On a kind of hazy day. If that pillar in the foreground bothered you, that was the idea. It isn’t a lighthouse. Just a street lamp. …
The Art Deco General Hospital opened in 1923. Following the 1994 Northridge earthquake, new hospital safety regulations were enacted. The old General Hospital fell out of compliance of earthquake and fire safety codes.
A new hospital complex was built next door. In 2008, hospital operations were moved to the new complex.
Today, the old General Hospital is part of the
This post was originally published on June 23, 2016.
Source: latimes.com – Los Angeles Times