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Here is a little more about the city of Glendale.
Glendale is the 22nd largest city in the state of California. It is exactly located at the juncture of two large valleys, the San Fernando and the San Gabriel in Southern California. According to the United States census Bureau, Glendale has an area of 30.6 sq miles.
The climate is mediterranean, the highest temperature recorded in this city was 111 F degrees in 2010 and the lowest was 17 F degrees in 2003.
According to Philip Lanzafame, Director of Economic Development, the city of Glendale is creating an environment where businesses can develop and prosper. The city’s annual financial report indicates that the top 4 employers in the city are Glendale Adventist Medical Center, City of Glendale, Glendale Unified School District and Glendale Memorial Medical Center.
The city of Glendale offers a variety of places to visit, these include The Brand Park, Mount Gleason, Alex Theater. Another well known landmark in Glendale is the Forest Lawn Memorial Park.
The Brand Park
This is a 31 acre park located at the base of The Verdugo Mountains. The park offers hiking and biking trails, basketball court, softball field, children’s playground, and seasonal children’s wading pool.
In addition, the park has several picnic areas which provide a relaxing setting and The Miss American Green Cross statue at the trail-head stands as a monument to the environmental movement.
The park is also home of the Brand Studios, the Brand Library and Gallery and Whispering Pine Tea house & Friendship Garden.
It is located in the North of Glendale in Angeles National Forest, which offers the San Gabriel Mountains. The forest was established in 1908 incorporating San Bernardino National Forest and San Gabriel National Forest.
The forest is 655,387 acres. Mount Gleason is one of the peaks located in the national park. It stands at 6,502 feet. It is the second tallest mountain, with Mount Islip as the first. You can enjoy a number of activities including water sports, fishing, skiing, and hiking.
The Alex Theater
The Alex Theatre Performing Arts and Entertainment Center has been the centerpiece of the City’s arts, culture and community events since it originally opened. The unique interior has distinct neo-classic Greek and Egyptian architectural elements, similar to the Greco-Egyptian period of Ptolemaic Egypt.
The Forest Lawn Memorial Park
The Forest Lawn – Hollywood Hills Cemetery is a second park solely dedicated to the preservation of American history. The Forest Lawn Museum was founded in 1957 and displays art, artifacts and also regularly hosts rotating fine art exhibits.
The six Forest Lawn cemeteries contain about 1,500 statues, about 10% of which are reproductions of famous works of art, in various locations. Leonardo da Vinci’s The Last Supper has been recreated in stained glass in the Memorial Court of Honor.
There are also a number of full-sized reproductions of other Renaissance sculptures, including Michelangelo’s David and Moses. This cemetery is the only place in the world containing a complete collection of replica Michelangelo sculptures.
More than 250,000 people are buried at Forest Lawn, and over a million people visit it each year, including thousands of schoolchildren on field trips.