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What It Looked Like at the Downtown Inaugural Viewing Party

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Around 2,000 people converged over at LA Live's Nokia Plaza, a use intended for the new downtown space. "The mood on the plaza was clearly one of celebration," wrote Eric Richardson at blogdowntown. "The crowd waved flags and cheered every time the incoming President appeared on-screen. Smaller screens on towers along the plaza alternated between feed shots and images of the local audience." Here's some of what photographers caught...

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