Here is the #hollywood fact..check this out😉

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The iconic Hollywood sign was originally supposed to be a temporary real estate marker. Originally created in 1923, the iconic letters over Hollywood were originally put in place as an advertisement for the burgeoning real estate development below.

It was originally only supposed to stay up for half a year. In the first version, the whole word, “Hollywoodland” existed, but the “land” was taken out in 1949 when the city of Los Angeles’ park department took over the upkeep.