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California, U.S.A.
Welcome to South Pasadena, California.
South Pasadena is a city in Los Angeles County, with around 25,600 residents and counting. The city is situated in the West San Gabriel Valley, between the much larger City of Pasadena and the metropolis of Los Angeles. Once home to the Native American Hahamog-na tribe, South Pasadena was part of a larger area in Rancho San Pascual, which eventually developed into the cities of Pasadena, South Pasadena and Altadena. The first structures in the area became the headquarters for General Flores and his staff in 1847, where they agreed to surrender to the American forces and put an end to Mexican Colonial Rule in California. A vital part of South Pasadena's history is that of the Cawston Ostrich Farm, the Fair Oaks Pharmacy and Soda Fountain. The ostrich farm, which opened in 1886, was the first of its kind in the country and was a major tourist destination during the early 20th century. Today, much of the original factory structure remains as a South Pasadena Cultural Landmark. Modern day South Pasadena is a pretty sight, and the streets are lined with redwood, sequoia, ash, walnut and sycamore trees. South Pasadena is a popular backdrop for various movies and television shows depicting Midwestern in Northeastern towns, because of the large absence of palm trees and Spanish Colonial homes. South Pasadena is conveniently located just 10 miles from Downtown Los Angeles, and a large number of residents work in either Bunker Hill area or at the University of Southern California. The business district of South Pasadena is home to a variety of mom n' pop shops, while the Mission West area is part of the original U.S. Route 66. In downtown, you'll find a variety of historically relevant buildings, including the Fair Oaks Pharmacy, the Soda Fountain and the Rialto Theater. The Rialto Theater features a distinct mix of Spanish Baroque and Egyptian design, and built in 1925 it is one of the last remaining single screen cinemas in the United States. Unfortunately the theater went out of business in 2007, but it has been commemorated in several movies, including The Player and Scream 2. Some of the great traditions in South Pasadena include the Mission-West District's Farmer's Market and the South Pasadena Booster Club's Tiger Run, when people of every age are invited to participate in a 5K/10K run.
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