The Plaza Historic District, or El Pueblo Historical Monument, is the oldest section of the city. Today, the area is home to one of the newest developments in LA: a walkway that connects the recently built LA Plaza Village and the historic district. The latest portion of the walkway was unveiled this morning.
A sculpture of a coyote entitled “Transportapueblos” is on the paseo by La Plaza di Cultura y Artes. Photo by Frances Anderton.
The second public artwork, Walls Against Walls, is a chunk of the Berlin Wall containing a letter to President Trump about how walls always come down. It has traveled the country since being brought to Washington D.C. in November 2019. Photo by Frances Anderton.