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Venice Beach Roller Skaters: Drifting The Promenade Of LA’s Chillest Neighborhood

Originally established in 1905 as a sovereign resort town lined with picturesque canals, Venice, California, was annexed by the city of Los Angeles in 1926 but gradually fell into decay and neglect. Considered almost a seaside slum, Venice’s cheap bungalows soon attracted artists, musicians, and other artistic countercultural types. In addition to its laid-back and bohemian atmosphere, Venice owns a pristine length of the sandy beach, along which runs a paved promenade — perfect for roller skating.

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