Hollywood Hills

The Hollywood Hills are a range of hills and named after her residential area in the district of Hollywood above the city of Los Angeles in the U.S. state of California. They are the easternmost part of the Santa Monica Mountains, west adjacent Beverly Crest.

The boundaries of the neighborhood Hollywood Hills within the legally defined district, like all Hollywood section of Los Angeles unofficially, since there is no set by the City Council boundaries. Introduced from 1999 Neighborhood Councils do not cover the whole city area.

Moreover, the boundaries of the neighborhood Hollywood Hills are north of the crest of the Santa Monica Mountains, which delimits the Los Angeles basin from the San Fernando Valley. In the north- west of the Mulholland Drive runs mostly on or near the ridge. In the West, several streets in the hills are considered to be limit to the Beverly Crests, which are called from east to west of Laurel Canyon Boulevard, the Sunset Plaza Drive, Lorna Vista Drive or the exclave of Beverly Hills on Franklin reservoir still beyond the Coldwater Canyon Drive. In the south of the Hollywood Hills are deferred to the districts with the typical Los Angeles street grid, the boundary line then runs from west to east on Sunset Boulevard, the Holywood Boulevard and Franklin Avenue. In the East, Universal Studios Hollywood and Griffith Park serve as a northern border, in the southeast, the district extends to the remote Dell Drive. The Los Angeles Times divides the Hollywood Hills for internal purposes into an eastern and a western part and draw the line at Laurel Canyon Drive. The neighborhood is on the Cahuenga Pass, the Hollywood Freeway is called here, reached by U.S. Highway 101 and at the same time shared.

The residential area and its partly spectacular buildings are the site of countless movies and books. It is famous Mulholland Drive, which opens up the summit area in the western part of the district. The district has one for the Greater Los Angeles far above average amount of green. Contributes in the western part of the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area at decisive. The eastern part is bordered by the largest urban park, Griffith Park. In the eastern part is in the hills of the famous Hollywood Signed In between is the reservoir Hollywood Reservoir, which was created in 1924 to supply drinking water to the city and today is a recreational area. In the south of the area is located at the foot of the hills, the Hollywood Bowl, an outdoor stage, take place on the music and other events.

In the same song Hollywood Hills Sunrise Avenue of the group from the year 2011, the residential area is sung:

' Cause this is the end of the rainbow Where no one can be too sad "

The text makes reference to the original Celtic legend of the pot of gold at the end of a rainbow and represents the district as a place of wealth and happiness dar.