Los Angeles, 8 June (EFE).- The Rancho Los Alamitos, a historic hispanic symbol in California preserved as a park by the City of Long Beach, has reopened after an extensive facelift.
It was originally part of the larger Rancho Los Nietos, which extended from southern Los Angeles County to Orange County on 350 square kilometers of land that belonged to Manuel Nieto, a Spanish soldier who received it as a grant.
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