Pico Boulevard is a major Los Angeles street that runs from Ocean Avenue in Santa Monica to Central Avenue in Downtown Los Angeles. It is named after Pío Pico (1801-1894), the last Mexican governor of California. This is one of the major southernmost streets leading into downtown Los Angeles. Major landmarks include Santa Monica College, Santa Monica High School, the Westside Pavilion mall in West Los Angeles, Fox Studios, and the Hillcrest Country Club. The heavily Jewish South Robertson is centered around Pico and Robertson Boulevard. Further east, Pico is the main thoroughfare for Westlake and Koreatown. The Staples Center and the Los Angeles Convention Center are located on the corner of Pico and Figueroa Street.
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