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Western Gray Kangaroo Joey and Mother - Los Angeles Zoo - Los Angeles, California

Griffith Park Observatory in Los Angeles,CA. Check out some other stunning Art Deco buildings in LA at TheCultureTrip.com. Click on the image to see them! (http://www.travelwalls.net/united-states/griffith-park-observatory-night-los-angeles-california-united-states/) http://papasteves.com/blogs/news

The 6 Most Stunning Art Deco Buildings in Los Angeles

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The old zoo in Griffith Park is one of the strangest ruins in Los Angeles (putting it in the running for strangest ruins worldwide). When the Los Angeles Zoo opened at its current location in the the former zoo, a few miles away was not torn down o

Blog post at Just Go Places : The boardwalk at Venice Beach in Los Angeles California is a bit of a zoo so  you don't expect to find a tranquil and charming neighbourhoo[..]

The Hidden Charms of the Canal Walkway at Venice Beach

The Venice Beach walkway is a beautiful walk in Venice Beach California. This area is all that is left of the original developer's idea to have Venice Beach be a sunshine version of Venice in Italy.

L.J. Benet, G. Hannelius, Beth Littleford and Kayla Maisonet attend 'Dreamnight' at the Los Angeles Zoo on June 5, 2015 in Los Angeles, California.

L.J. Benet, G. Hannelius, Beth Littleford and Kayla Maisonet attend 'Dreamnight' at the Los Angeles Zoo on June 5, 2015 in Los Angeles, California.

Visit the Los Angeles Zoo!

See 1825 photos and 118 tips from 14047 visitors to Los Angeles Zoo and Botanical Gardens. It's a nice place to spend the day with.

The Old Los Angeles Zoo, Griffith Park, Los Angeles, California. The Zoo was opened in 1912 with 15 animals. It was abandoned in 1966 when the New Los Angeles Zoo opened. You can still access its many enclosure areas through holes in the fence. Life is an adventure... Live It! More Prints At: http://www.aventineimages.com

The Old Los Angeles Zoo, Griffith Park, Los Angeles, California. The Zoo was opened in 1912 with 15 animals. It was abandoned in 1966 when the New Los Angeles Zoo opened. You can still access its many enclosure areas through holes in the fence.

Los Angeles at night really becomes alive...But the cool thing is, in LA you don't need to go all crazy in order to have a super fun night out. This guide to the Los Angeles nightlife will give you  a few cool options - it inlcudes unusual restaurants in Los Angeles where a stinking breath is assured, drive-in cinemas from the Fifties, and a night at the museum for adults only. - 7 Unusual Things To Do in LA at Night [California, USA] | EverySteph

Not Your Usual Night Out: 7 Things To Do in LA at Night

Los Angeles at night really becomes alive.But the cool thing is, in LA you don't need to go all crazy in order to have a super fun night out. This guide to the Los Angeles nightlife will give you a few cool options - it inlcudes unusual restaurants in

Los Angeles, California: The Griffith Park Zoo in Los Angeles is neither the oldest nor the newest of L.A.’s massive animal habitats. Though this location was abandoned decades ago it is unusually available to visitors even today. It isn’t every day that a set of abandonments not only survives for generations but also remains available to the public as a kind of museum or window into the past.

Los Angeles, California: The Griffith Park Zoo in Los Angeles is neither the oldest nor the newest of L.’s massive animal habitats. Though this location was abandoned decades ago it is unusually available to visitors even today.

The 14 Most Insane Abandoned Places in California Griffith Park Zoo Los Angeles

The 14 Most Insane Abandoned Places in California

From deserted train tunnels and ghost fleets, to eerily beautiful mines and an amusement park you had no idea existed.

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