Ventura Boulevard is one of the primary east-west thoroughfares in the San Fernando Valley, and the oldest continuously traveled route in the Valley. Laid out to follow a portion of the Spanish settlers' famed El Camino Real, it has been known as Camino de las Vírgenes, U.S. Highway 101 and Ventura Road. Ventura Boulevard begins in Woodland Hills and passes through Tarzana, Encino, Sherman Oaks, and Hollywood. It has always been the most concentrated location for mom-and-pop shops and small businesses in the Valley; nowadays it has pockets of housing, mini-malls, and boutiques. Hereby lies CBS Studio Center. Much of the movie “Crash” was filmed on Ventura Blvd.
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