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:''Main article: [[San Fernando Valley]]''
 
:''Main article: [[San Fernando Valley]]''
 
:''See also: [[Agoura Hills]], [[Burbank]], [[Calabasas]], [[Glendale, California|Glendale]], [[San Fernando]]
 
:''See also: [[Agoura Hills]], [[Burbank]], [[Calabasas]], [[Glendale, California|Glendale]], [[San Fernando]]
The San Fernando Valley northwest of Downtown, sometimes referred to in common speech as the Valley, was the largest region of Los Angeles, connected to the city proper by the [[Sepulveda Pass]] through the [[Santa Monica Mountains]]. It was primarily composed of suburban districts such as [[Granada Hills]] and [[Woodland Hills]], along with business centers like the city of [[Burbank]]. {{cite|1x01|1x10|6x04|''et al''}}
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The San Fernando Valley northwest of Downtown, sometimes referred to in common speech as the Valley, was the largest region of Los Angeles. It was primarily composed of suburban districts such as [[Granada Hills]] and [[Woodland Hills]], along with business centers like the city of [[Burbank]]. {{cite|1x01|6x04|''et al''}}
   
 
Districts of Los Angeles located in the Valley included:
 
Districts of Los Angeles located in the Valley included:
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