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In an area like Southern California, there is no room to complain about lack of sightseeing opportunities. From the Hollywood sign to the West Coast shorelines, the city of Monrovia is near some of the most recognizable sights in North America. Nestled just east of Los Angeles near the Angeles National Forest, the city itself is known for a plethora of popular sights. The Monrovia Krikorian Premiere Theatre hosts 12 screens with entertainment on a daily basis. The Monrovia Historical Museum offers a look into the treasures of Monrovia which include everything from Native American artifacts to a turn of the century parlor. Monrovias "Old Town" is known as the heart of the community. Revitalized from the 1970's, the Old Town has become a staple of Monrovia and a regional attraction.