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Long Beach Wall Art

Updated at 2024-07-12

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True to its name, the coast of Long Beach seems to stretch endlessly into the distance, leaving visitors speechless at the sight of such a picturesque scene. The Spaniards discovered Long Beach in the 16th century. They called the region the Bay of the Smokes because the indigenous people used smoke pillars to communicate, which also doubled as veils covering the unforgettable splendor of the region. Today, the bay of Long Beach remains enchanting as ever. It houses not only the world's largest surviving steamship but also the largest aquarium in California. More than a quarter of the local population is overseas immigrants attracted by the popularity of the region. The wall art pictured above showcases Long Beach’s scenery, and the cruise ship in the backdrop represents the Port of Long Beach, together highlighting Long Beach’s unique position as both a travel destination and a port city.

Details

Name
Long Beach Wall Art
Giver
Phyllis Venable, President of the Sister Cities of Long Beach, Inc.
Friendly States
United States
City
City of Long Beach, Los Angeles County, California

Alliance Date: December 15, 2022
Language: English
Area: 208 square kilometers
Population: Approx. 437,000 people
Main Industries/Features: It is known as oil industries, navy shipyards and facilities. Ports are the mainstays of the city.

Size
L29.5cm W29.5cm H3.5cm
Category
Paintings
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