Westwood is a neighborhood on the Westside of Los Angeles, California. It is the home of the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA).

Westwood is home to several vintage movie theaters, including the Art Deco Crest, the Mann Village (once called the Fox Theater) featuring a landmark 170-foot (52 m) white tower and the Bruin Theatre. Westwood is also home to the Westwood Village Memorial Park Cemetery, the last resting place of many of Hollywood's biggest stars. Hammer Museum, named for and endowed by activist and philanthropist Armand Hammer, is notable for its collection of Impressionist art and cutting-edge modern art exhibitions. The museum also houses the Billy Wilder Theater, run by the UCLA Film and Television Archive.

Other major attractions in the area includes Westwood Village, a small-village atmosphere shopping district, and Los Angeles California Temple, the second-largest Mormon Temple in United States.



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