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Art Undergound ~ Cypress Tunnel Art Exhibit

1:17 PM PST on December 19, 2013

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Built in 1925 these underground walkways would allow people to walk from one side of the figueroa street corridor in Cypress Park /Highland Park to the opposite side in order to avoid being hit by the Street Cars that roam Figueroa street North and South. Now they have been turned into rotating art walks, featuring some of LA's best street artists.

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