It has been said that LA is not really a city, but a collection of 88 independent towns that overlap. Nowhere is this truer than within the 5-mile (8-km) radius of Downtown. West of here, Koreatown is home to the largest Korean population in the US, while east LA has the largest group of Latinos living outside Latin America. In the Latino-Byzantine quarter, surrounding St. Sophia Cathedral, Latinos and Greeks predominate. Northeast is Dodger Stadium, a world-famous landmark, while south of the center is Exposition Park with its museums and sports venues.
1. Heritage Square Museum