Hollywood Sign, Los Angeles, California, United States of America
The Hollywood Sign, or formerly known as the Hollywoodland Sign, is an American milestone and social symbol that overlooks Hollywood, Los Angeles, California. It is perched on top of Mount Lee of the Mountains of Santa Monica. The word "HOLLYWOOD" is illuminated in 14-meter tall white uppercase letters and measures 110 meters long. The sign was initially made in 1923 as a transitory ad for nearby land improvement, yet because of expanding acknowledgment, the sign was left up. The sign shows up in mainstream society, especially in building up shots for movies and TV programs set in or around Hollywood.
For those who want to explore more of the area, tourists can also have a side trip to Apollo Beach. There are also a wide array of hotel and accommodations that can be found near the landmark. The Kimpton Everly Hotel offers an all-season outdoor pool and features scenic views of the Hollywood Hills and downtown Los Angeles. Oakwood at Toluca Hills also offers accommodation with air-conditioned rooms and an outdoor pool. Visitors can enjoy their vacation by heading to Universal Studios Hollywood®, a famous film studio, and theme park. It offers tours of the real Universal Studio sets and has a lot of fun entertainments to offer. You can also visit the Warner Brothers Studio, a public attraction that gives visitors a chance to glimpse behind the scenes of one of the oldest and most noted film studios in the world. Glendale and Lennox are some of the nearby cities to consider visiting when in Hollywood.