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El Pueblo de Los Angeles is a landmark in L.A. Noire. It is located between Main St. and Los Angeles St., just one block west from Union Station. It is the black circle on the map closest to the top most sign of Alameda St, which runs vertically and intersects both Main and Los Angeles.
The El Pueblo de Los Angeles monument marks the spot where the city of Los Angeles was founded. A site was chosen by missionary Father Juan Crespi, and a settlement party of of just 11 families established the pueblo [town] on September 4, 1781.