Los Angeles California
Los Angeles is a city in California, the one among the 50 states in the United States. It is the most heavily populated city in California and the second-most densely inhabited in the country. It is the central point of the bigger Los Angeles city statistical area and the region of the Greater Los Angeles. The Los Angeles City is also the county seat of Los Angeles County, the most inhabited and one among the most racially varied counties in the country, whereas the whole Los Angeles area itself has been known as the most varied major cities of the country. The inhabitants of the Los Angeles City are called as Angelenos. The nickname of the city is the City of Angels. Los Angeles is a worldwide city, with strengths in international trade, business, entertainment, media, culture, fashion, sports, science, technology, medicine, education, and research. The city has been rated 6th in the Global Cities Index and 9th in the Global Economic Power Index.
The Los Angeles City experiences a Subtropical-Mediterranean type of weather, and receives sufficient annual rainfall. The city has an abundance of sunshine all through the year, with a regular with the quantifiable rainfall for 35 days in a year. The average yearly temperature in the business district is 19 C (66 F), with 24 C (75 F) during the day and 14 C (57 F) at night. In the most freezing month of January, the temperature usually ranges from 15 C to 23 C (59 F to 73 F) during the day and 7 C to 13 C (45 F to 55 F) at night. During the warmest month of August the temperature normally varies from 26 C to 32 C (79 F to 90 F) during the day and about 18 C (64 F) at night.
The Los Angeles City includes three public universities, such as the Los Angeles California State University, the Northridge California State University, and the Los Angeles University of California, situated within the city borders. The city is also an Abode to a number of private colleges. The city’s community college system is made up of nine campuses, controlled by the Los Angeles Community College District trustees. There are many additional colleges, schools and universities, located in the Greater Los Angeles region. The Claremont Colleges group, which contains some of the most high-status noninterventionist arts colleges in the country, is situated 56 km (35 miles) east of the Los Angeles business district.
The economy of the Los Angeles City is driven by entertainment, such as motion pictures, television, video games and recorded music, international trade, aerospace, petroleum, technology, fashion, tourism and apparel. The city is also the major manufacturing center in the western part of the United States. The contiguous harbors of Long Beach and Los Angeles together cover the 5th busiest harbor in the world and the most important harbor in the Western Hemisphere and are very important to trade inside the Pacific Rim. Other important industries of the city include finance, media production, telecommunications, healthcare, law, and transportation. The Los Angeles City is the abode to six Fortune 500 businesses.
The Los Angeles City comprises Hollywood and dominates the world in the production of television series, recorded music and video games. The city is also one among the leaders in the production of motion pictures. Furthermore, the city sponsored the 1932 and 1984 Summer Olympic Games.