Anaheim of Orange County is a part of the metropolitan area of Los Angeles. In 1857, the town was founded by fifty German farmers. It had been incorporated as a city to Los Angeles a few years after. The town was known to be the “happiest place on Earth” when Disneyland opened in 1955. With the Walt Disney Company bringing Disneyland to life in the city and bringing itself about $4.7 billion in taxes annually, Anaheim’s income has become an economy that has been based on tourism. The most massive center stage on the west coast, the Anaheim Convention Center, is located in the city among other museums and cultural centers, where to serve these facilities, the hospitality industry has become a huge part of the economy. Anaheim has a sparse suburban feel, and almost all of its residents are home-owners.
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