Why Is Los Angeles Called the City of Angels?


The city of Los Angeles is referred to as the city of angels because the name Los Angeles is Spanish translation for The Angels. Los Angles (LA) is the most crowded city in California and the second most densely inhabited in the United States, after New York City.
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The name Los Angeles means "The Angels" in Spanish. It is also rolls more easily off of the tongue than the original settlement's name, "El Pueblo de Nuestra Senora
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Los Angeles was called the city of angels, because it was a town where Our Lady the Queen and Angeles lived in small portions. Los Angeles was founded in 1781, and only 44 people who constituted the 14 families lived in El Pueblo de Nuestra.
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