Fourth Street Bridge is one of The Historical Landmarks of LA Noire.

1. Fourth Street Bridge

Bridge · Arts District · E 4th St. (btwn S Santa Fe & S Mission), Los Angeles, CA
Sixth Street Bridge is one of The Historical Landmarks of LA Noire.

2. Sixth Street Bridge

Bridge · Arts District · E 6th St. / Whittier Blvd. (btwn Mesquit and S Mission), Los Angeles, CA
Angels Flight Railway is one of The Historical Landmarks of LA Noire.

3. Angels Flight Railway

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Train · Financial District · 351 S Hill St (btwn W 3rd & W 4th St), Los Angeles, CA

Rachel E.Rachel Elnar: The shortest and cheapest railway ride in the world will transport you back in time. For only 25 cents, it's a historic ride that's worth the trip.

Bradbury Building is one of The Historical Landmarks of LA Noire.

4. Bradbury Building

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Building · Downtown Los Angeles · 304 S Broadway, Los Angeles, CA

HISTORYHISTORY: This architectural landmark was built in 1893 and designed by George Wyman who was convinced to take the job after receiving a message to do so from his deceased brother through a Ouija board.

Southwestern Law School - Law Library is one of The Historical Landmarks of LA Noire.

5. Southwestern Law School - Law Library

College Library · Wilshire Center - Koreatown · 3050 Wilshire Blvd (S Westmoreland Ave), Los Angeles, CA

Cee . A.Cee . A: Housed in the historic former Bullocks Wilshire building

Old Chinatown Central Plaza is one of The Historical Landmarks of LA Noire.

6. Old Chinatown Central Plaza

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Plaza · Chinatown · 943 N Broadway, Los Angeles, CA
Crossroads of The World is one of The Historical Landmarks of LA Noire.

7. Crossroads of The World

Historic Site · Central Hollywood · 6671 W Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA

LA WeeklyLA Weekly: LA Weekly's Best of LA 2010 pick - Best Make-Believe Historical Shopping Mall!

8. El Pueblo de Los Angeles Historic Monument

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Museum · Chinatown · 125 Paseo de La Plz (btwn Main & Los Angeles St), Los Angeles, CA

Brian G.Brian Giffen: The oldest home in all of Los Angeles.

Good Samaritan Hospital is one of The Historical Landmarks of LA Noire.

9. Good Samaritan Hospital

Hospital · Downtown Los Angeles · 616 Witmer St, Los Angeles, CA
TCL Chinese Theatre is one of The Historical Landmarks of LA Noire.

10. TCL Chinese Theatre

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Movie Theater · 6801 Hollywood Blvd (in Hollywood & Highland, Level 3), Los Angeles, CA

HISTORYHISTORY: This theater opened May 18, 1927 with the premiere of Cecil B. DeMille's film 'The King of Kings'. The Academy Awards were held here in 1944, 1945, & 1946. It was declared a historic landmark in 1968.

The Hollywood Roosevelt is one of The Historical Landmarks of LA Noire.

11. The Hollywood Roosevelt

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Hotel · Central Hollywood · 7000 Hollywood Blvd (at Orange Dr), Los Angeles, CA

HISTORYHISTORY: The ghost of Marilyn Monroe has supposedly been seen several times in the mirror located next to the elevator on the lower level. It was originally located in her poolside Suite, #1200.

Los Angeles County Hall of Records is one of The Historical Landmarks of LA Noire.

12. Los Angeles County Hall of Records

Government Building · Civic Center · 320 W Temple St (at Hill St), Los Angeles, CA

13. LA Cold Storage

Building · Seafood District · 400 S Central Ave, Los Angeles, CA
Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) is one of The Historical Landmarks of LA Noire.

14. Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA)

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Art Museum · Mid-City West · 5905 Wilshire Blvd (at Fairfax Ave.), Los Angeles, CA

Los AngelesLos Angeles: Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) is the largest encyclopedic museum west of Chicago, with a collection of more than 100,000 works

Herald Examiner Building is one of The Historical Landmarks of LA Noire.

15. Herald Examiner Building

Event Space · South Park · 1111 S Broadway, Los Angeles, CA
Los Angeles Public Library - Central is one of The Historical Landmarks of LA Noire.

16. Los Angeles Public Library - Central

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Library · Financial District · 630 W 5th St (btwn Flower & Grand Ave), Los Angeles, CA

Los AngelesLos Angeles: This is the third largest public library in the country

MacArthur Park is one of The Historical Landmarks of LA Noire.

17. MacArthur Park

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Park · MacArthur Park · 2230 W 6th St (at S Park View St), Los Angeles, CA
Pacific Electric Lofts is one of The Historical Landmarks of LA Noire.

18. Pacific Electric Lofts

Residential Building (Apartment / Condo) · Fashion District · 610 S Main St (6th & Main), Los Angeles, CA
Max Factor Building is one of The Historical Landmarks of LA Noire.

19. Max Factor Building

Historic Site · Central Hollywood · 1660 N Highland Ave (at the Hollywood Museum), Los Angeles, CA
Historic Mayfair Hotel is one of The Historical Landmarks of LA Noire.

20. Historic Mayfair Hotel

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Hotel · Westlake South · 1256 W 7th St, Los Angeles, CA
Musso & Frank Grill is one of The Historical Landmarks of LA Noire.

21. Musso & Frank Grill

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American Restaurant · 6667 Hollywood Blvd (at Cherokee Avenue), California

BravoBravo: They print their menu daily but their items have been around for decades. The perfect dinner: martini served with the side carafe + liver and onions. Period. Nuff said. -Alex Reznik, Top Chef

Biscuit Company Lofts is one of The Historical Landmarks of LA Noire.

22. Biscuit Company Lofts

Residential Building (Apartment / Condo) · Arts District · 1855 Industrial St (at Mateo St.), Los Angeles, CA

Cee . A.Cee . A: The historic former National Biscuit Company (Nabisco) building.

Page Museum at the La Brea Tar Pits is one of The Historical Landmarks of LA Noire.

23. Page Museum at the La Brea Tar Pits

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Museum · Mid-City West · 5801 Wilshire Blvd (at Curson Ave), Los Angeles, CA

HISTORYHISTORY: A group of Spanish explorers made the first written record of the tar pits in 1769. The oldest known material from the tar pit dates back over 38,000 years.

The Legendary Park Plaza Hotel is one of The Historical Landmarks of LA Noire.

24. The Legendary Park Plaza Hotel

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Hotel · MacArthur Park · 607 S Park View St, Los Angeles, CA
Pershing Square is one of The Historical Landmarks of LA Noire.

25. Pershing Square

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Plaza · Financial District · 532 S Olive St (btwn 5th & 6th St), Los Angeles, CA

Los AngelesLos Angeles: Urban hikers rejoice! Go @metrolosangeles 2 Pershing Sq, climb Bunker Hill & Angel's Flight #dtla - http://ht.ly/5AXac

Union Station is one of The Historical Landmarks of LA Noire.

26. Union Station

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Train Station · Historic Cultural · 800 N Alameda St, Los Angeles, CA

HISTORYHISTORY: Established on the site of L.A.'s first Chinatown, Union Station opened in 1939 at a cost of $11 million. Over 1 1/2 million people visited it within its first three days.