Flickr Photo of the Week!: Crystal Cove State Park
"This park is a must see if you are in the Neport/Laguna Beach Area. The twelve-acre Crystal Cove Historic District is an enclave of 48 historic wood-framed cottages built between the late 1920s and the late 1930s. The District is listed on the National Register for its significance as a well-preserved example of vernacular beach architecture. It has remained a popular site for the Southern California film industry since the 1920's, when it was characterized in the Los Angeles Times as, '... a bathing resort that has the atmosphere of a South Sea atoll.'"
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