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The 30 most beautiful buildings in Los Angeles: Have your say

We've told you which Los Angeles buildings we think are the most beautiful. But do you agree?

Photograph: Courtesy CC/Flickr/Pedro Szekely
We have strong opinions about seemingly everything in LA, from pizza to Disneyland rides. But so do you. We're taking our picks for the 30 most beautiful buildings—plus a few extra that just missed the list—and passing them along for you to judge. Upvote or downvote each building to have a say on your own favorites—and let us know in the comments if you think we missed anything.

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Eric B

These are all valid and mostly excellent picks although I personally don't understand the appeal of Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels or anything designed by Frank Gehry. For the benefit of architecture lovers in Los Angeles I would also nominate the following: 


The American Cement Building in Westlake, Avalon Casino in Avalon, Balboa Highlands in Granada Hills, Century Plaza Hotel in Century City, the Coca-Cola Building in the Wholesale District, the E. Clem Wilson Building in Miracle Mile, Emerson Los Angeles in Hollywood, the Ennis House in Los Feliz, the Glendale Municipal Services Building, Gregory Ain's Mar Vista Tract, the Hayden Tract in Culver City, Higashi Honganji in Little Tokyo, Hsi Lai Temple in Hacienda Heights, Malibu Hindu Temple in Calabasas, Masjid Umar Ibn Al-Khattab in Exposition Park, May Company Wilshire in Miracle Mile, Pacific Design Center in West Hollywood, the Park Plaza Hotel in Westlake, the Robert R. Blacker House in Pasadena, Rock Inn in Lake Hughes, the Rudolph Schindler Bethlehem Baptist Church in Central-Alameda, the Valero Wilmington Refinery, Villa Riviera in Long Beach, and Wilshire Boulevard Temple in Koreatown... and maybe the Tamale Building in East Los Angeles.