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What are the most iconic SoCal landmarks...that you’ve never visited?




The Griffith Observatory overlooks Los Angeles from atop the Hollywood Hills on the eve of the re-opening on November 2, 2006 in Los Angeles, California.
The Griffith Observatory overlooks Los Angeles from atop the Hollywood Hills on the eve of the re-opening on November 2, 2006 in Los Angeles, California.
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The Hollywood Sign. The Griffith Observatory. Dodger Stadium.

These are some of Southern California’s iconic landmarks that draw crowds of tourists and native Angelenos to their steps. And if you haven’t ever visited said iconic locations, you might be keeping that potentially embarrassing information on the down low. Well today, AirTalk wants to hear about it.

What huge tourist attraction or landmark have you never taken the time to check out in L.A. or SoCal, even (or perhaps especially) if it’s in your backyard? And why?

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