The Hollywood Sign is an American landmark and cultural icon overlooking Hollywood, Los Angeles, California. Originally the Hollywoodland Sign, it is situated on Mount Lee, in the Beachwood Canyon area of the Santa Monica Mountains.
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The Hollywood Sign is located on the south-facing side of Mt. Lee in Griffith Park above the Hollywood Hills. It is in the City of Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, California, USA. History of the Hollywood Sign The 45-foot-tall billboard, placed on Mt. Lee 1000 feet above the city, was originally lit with 4,000 light bulbs.
Overview United States California The Hollywood Sign: Where to View It and Hike to It By Betsy Malloy Updated on 09/15/22 Fact checked by Jillian Dara TripSavvy / Nusha Ashjaee Everyone wants to see the Hollywood Sign when they visit Los Angeles, and it's easy to do.
Its precise date of construction is unknown: by the end of 1923, a few news reports in Los Angeles mention, in passing, a giant sign reading “Hollywoodland”, illuminated with electric lights. The...
The Saga of The Sign. Want to take a deeper dive into the Sign’s history? Use this resource to learn about the people and events behind its rise, fall, and resurrection.