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The city of roses. Most famously known of its New Years Day Rose Parade and Rose Bowl Game, the city of Pasadena, California is rich in charming vintage architecture and new and modern development.
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It’s the “Hoppiest place in the world,” with the Bunny Museum, Zorthian Ranch and nature to explore, this unincorporated Los Angeles county community has a population of approximately 44,622.
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Sierra Madre
Centrally located between Pasadena and Arcadia this Village of the Foothills is made up of three square miles of serene neighborhoods and charming green space. A popular landmark for visitors about 11,000 call the city home.
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San Marino
Known for its majestic homes, San Marino is home to the beautiful Huntington Gardens. It’s ranked in Forbes magazine as the 48th most expensive area to live in the United States. It’s been featured in movies and television shows.
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South Pasadena
This charming community is situated only six miles from downtown Los Angeles. South Pasadena is known for stunning homes, small businesses and trees. More than 100 acres of parks and playgrounds blanket its landscape.
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From shopping malls, to the arboretum, to the famous Santa Anita Race track Arcadia has a lot of beauty to offer. You’ll sporadically spot peacock’s running around the city.
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Burbank California is known for its multiple television and film studios. Within the city you’ll find the famous Warner Bros lot, NBC lot and Disney Animation Studios.

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It’s known for the city of health. Did you know the Gabrielino Indians once inhabited the land that is now known as the City Of Duarte? With pleasant climate an all volunteer museum and rich history locals are proud to call this city home.
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Monrovia is in the foothills of the San Gabriel Mountains. The quaint town has a rich history being one of the oldest general law cities in Los Angeles. It was incorporated in 1887.
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La Canada Flintridge
At the far western end of the San Gabriel Valley this gem is known of it’s beautiful rolling hills and home of the Jet Propulsion Laboratory of NASA. The city was incorporated in 1976. It’s home to the Descanso Gardens.
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Eagle Rock
Northeast of Los Angeles Eagle rock is located right in the middle of Pasadena and Glendale, next to the San Rafael Hills. Eagle Rock has made cameos in movies like Top Gun and has been featured in music videos and more.
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Baskin Robbins was invented here! Be prepared to tell people where you’re living by saying its only a few miles north of Los Angeles.
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