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Take a walk from the top of Bunker Hill one block west and then down the hill, to the Los Angeles Central Library – 1926, Bertram Grosvenor Goodhue, with its tiled mosaic pyramid with suns on the sides with a hand holding a torch representing the "Light of Learning" at the apex. There are sphinxes and snakes and celestial mosaics too. But the walk there is just as amazing. The center of Los Angeles is filled with public art, of the Los Angeles sort. ~ Monday, August 26, 2019