City of Angels
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City of Angels may refer to:
- Los Angeles, California, widely nicknamed "City of Angels" ("the angels" is the literal translation in Spanish of "Los Ángeles")
- Angeles City, Philippines
- Bangkok, Thailand, whose abbreviated Thai name Krung Thep literally means "City of Angels"
- Angels Camp, California, a city in Calaveras County, California, USA
- Kiryat Malakhi, a city in Southern District, Israel
- Toruń, Poland, names comes from city coat of arms, which includes the Angel
- Tilburg, a city in the south of the Netherlands.
Movies and theatre
- City of Angels (film), a 1998 American film starring Meg Ryan and Nicolas Cage
- City of Angels (musical), a film noir style musical comedy, set in Los Angeles in the late 1940s, which ran on Broadway from 1989 to 1992
- The Crow: City of Angels, a 1996 American film starring Vincent Perez and Iggy Pop
- City of Angels: Music from the Motion Picture, the soundtrack for the 1998 film
- City of Angels (album), a 1975 LP by The Miracles featuring their number 1 hit "Love Machine"
- "City of Angels", a song by 10,000 Maniacs from their 1987 album In My Tribe
- "City of Angels", a song by the punk band The Distillers from their album Sing Sing Death House
- "Under the Bridge", a 1991 song by the Red Hot Chili Peppers, often mistakenly named "City of Angels"
- "City of the Angels", a 1980 song by American band Journey from their album Evolution
- "City of Angels", a song by Above the Law from the soundtrack for The Crow: City of Angels
- "City of Angels", a song by American rock band 30 Seconds to Mars from their 2013 album Love, Lust, Faith and Dreams
- City of Angels (1976 TV series), a short-lived television series starring Wayne Rogers as a private detective in 1930s Los Angeles
- City of Angels (2000 TV series), a short-lived medical drama on CBS in 2000
- "City Of", the premiere episode of the Buffy the Vampire Slayer spin-off TV series Angel
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