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Here stood the Millennium California Live Oak Tree



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For over a millennium, the area known as Encino was the home of a massive California Live Oak Tree known as the Encino Oak (a redundancy as Encino means Oak in Spanish). It is possible that Encino is named because of this particular tree. It was known for both its size and longevity. The tree died on February 7, 1998 after an El Niño Storm felled it. Today there is this monument with the US flag to the great tree.

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Submitted: 12/24/2008

By: sladys

Location: Calabasas, CA

Category: Famous Landmarks

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