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Highland Avenue is a north/south road in Los Angeles. It is a major thoroughfare that runs from Cahuenga Boulevard and the US 101 Freeway in Hollywood from the north end to Olympic Boulevard in Mid-City Los Angeles on the south end. Highland then is a small residential street from Olympic Boulevard south to Adams Boulevard. Highland runs parallel to La Brea Avenue on the east and Vine Street on the west.
The neighborhood east of Highland on Wilshire Boulevard and Melrose Avenue is officially known as Hancock Park. At the northern end of Highland is the Hollywood Bowl, a major amphitheater and Los Angeles landmark. South of that is the famous intersection of Hollywood and Highland, location of the Hollywood & Highland Center and its Dolby Theatre (venue of the Academy Awards since 2002), and the Hollywood/Highland Metro station for the Red Line subway to Downtown and the Valley. Half a block further south is the Hollywood Museum, located in the historic Max Factor Building, which houses a collection of items from the history of motion pictures and television.
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