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This town of 22,000 year-round residents was originally named “Lake” in the 1700s, and is known for its mild year-round climate, scenic beaches, coves, and artist community. Here you will find one of the smallest Catholic churches in the world, a Danish vagabond greeter, and a 60 foot tall rocket-like Pirate Tower.
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Victoria Beach in Laguna Beach, California
Located 70 miles north of San Diego and 50 miles south of Los Angeles, Laguna Beach is formerly a territory of Paleoindians, the Tongva people, and then Mexico. The area became part of the United States following the Mexican-American War. It was named Lagona, a corruption of the Spanish word meaning “lagoon,” for the two lagoons at the head of Laguna Canyon. Founded in 1887 as Lagonas, it was renamed Laguna Beach in 1904. The city, picturesquely situated among stunning cliffs, coves, and canyons, has developed as a coastal resort and art colony. Here you will find a Mediterranean climate, several art festivals including the famous Pageant of the Masters, Festival of the Arts and the Sawdust Festival, and beautiful beaches. Laguna Beach is also home to St. Francis by the Sea, recognized as the smallest Catholic Cathedral in the world by the Guinness Book of World Records.
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