Eastside History Quiz: What was East L.A.’s Belvedere Park originally called?

Fishing at Belvedere Park Lake | C.J. Salgado

Fishing at Belvedere Park Lake | C.J. Salgado

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Belvedere Park is the largest park in East Los Angeles, covering more than 30 acres. But Belvedere Park was originally known by another name when it opened in 1942. What was the park’s original name?

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  1. Belvedere was formerly called Soledad Park & Playground and before that it was known as Repetto Park.

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