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Thalmasa

Tahl Mah Sah Buddhist Monastery & Temple

Buddhist shrine with a main hall for prayer, a small bell pavilion and small Buddha statues

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Immanuel Presbyterian Church

Established in Los Angeles in 1888.

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St. Mary’s Episcopal Church

The only historically Japanese-American Episcopal Church in L.A.

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Wilshire Presbyterian Church

Wilshire Presbyterian Church

Founded in 1912, Wilshire Presbyterian Church is a multicultural Christian fellowship on the southeast corner of Third Street and Western Avenue.

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Wilshire United Methodist Church

A site for church weddings… located just west of Koreatown proper.

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St. James’ Episcopal Church

Episcopal church with an associated school

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Korea Sah Buddhist Temple in LA

Korea Sah (Buddhist Temple)

KORYOSA (Koryo Temple)

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Mijoo YangKog Church

Korean Presbyterian Church

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Korean American church in Jewish building

Joohyang Presbyterian Church

Vote Center Location for the November 2020 Elections

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Oriental Mission Church

One of the early Korean churches in the Koreatown area.

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World Harvest Missionary Center on 3rd Street

World Harvest Missionary Center

Korean Baptist church on 3rd Street between Catalina and Kenmore. 셰계 추수 선교 센타

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First Chosen People Church

Chinese-Korean church

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Wilshire Christian Church Building

Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument No. 209 Wilshire Christian Church Building (1927, Robert H. Orr) was declared a historical landmark on January 17, 1979. It is on the northeast corner of Wilshire and 634 South Normandie. The property is in a Methane Buffer Zone. Terra-Petra, a certified testing agency for methane soil gas investigations, has certified […]

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