|Elevation||285 ft (87 m)|
Felicity is an unincorporated community in Imperial County, California. The town was established in 1986 by Jacques-Andre Istel. Istel first bought the land in the 1950s and later developed it in the 1980s after selling off his parachute business. The town is "Dedicated to Remembrance" and named for Iste's wife Felicia. It is 2,600 acres and lies at an elevation of 285 feet (87 m).
The town's key features are a 21-foot-tall stone-and-glass pyramid, a Church on a manmade hill and the Museum of History in Granite, which Istel has been developing since the town's founding. The museum consists of dozens of granite panels, most of them over 100 feet long and weighing approximately 500 pounds. Etched on the panels is a historical record of humanity as chronicled by Istel. The lead artist on the project is Gene Britton.
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