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Gallery: Diverse City Tour of Los Angeles

By Xuxin Zhang, Andy Bao

November 5, 2018 3:20 pm

Students begin to board the bus for their trip to Downtown Los Angeles with the Diverse City Tours program, hosted by the Cultural Affairs Commission.

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Anna Chang, fourth-year world arts and cultures student (left), and Nicole Corona Diaz, third-year film student (right), describe the trip schedule and some famous tourist destinations in Downtown LA.

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Third-year English and political science student Alia Hakki browses the jewelry at Grand Central Market.

(Andy Bao/Daily Bruin)

The Museum of Contemporary Art is home to works of art from across the world, including the works of Josiah McElheny.

(Xuxin Zhang/Daily Bruin)

Third-year English student Annika Osterkamp explores the Bradbury Building, which was used in several films including Blade Runner 2049 and (500) Days of Summer.

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The Grand Central Market offers a variety of food choice to the customers. People speaking different languages all share one thing: the craving for food.

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The tour included stops at Grand Central Market, the Bradbury Building, The Last Bookstore and Angels Flight.

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A man describes his childhood in Los Angeles to strangers as they wait for the Angels Flight railway train to leave.

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The Last Bookstore sits in Downtown LA as California’s largest bookstore, with over a quarter-million books.

(Andy Bao/Daily Bruin)

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