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Photograph of Centinela Springs, Historical Landmark No. 363 taken in 2008. Inscription reads "Aguaje de la Centinela (Centinela Springs). On this site bubbling springs once flowed from their source in a deep water basin which has existed continuously since the Pleistocene Era. Prehistoric animals, Indians, and early Inglewood settlers were attracted here by the pure Artesian water. The springs and valley were named after Sentinels guarding cattle in the area. California Registered Historical Landmark No. 363. Plaque placed by the State Department of Parks and Recreation in Cooperation with the Historical Society of Centinela Valley, October 9, 1970." This is the second monument marking the Centinela Springs site. Monument is located in Edward Vincent Park (formerly Centinela Park).