Olvera Street and Union Station


El Pueblo de Nuestra Señora la Reina de los Ángeles was the original name for the city we now know as Los Angeles.  Founded in 1781 it was the second town settled during the Spanish colonization of Alta California.  Eleven families were recruited from the Sonora y Sinaloa province of the Mexican Republic.  Here you will find Olvera Street, a popular tourist attraction. Continue reading