Tag: Landmark

701 Chartres St | New Orleans
Located next to St. Louis Cathedral and facing Jackson Square, the Cabildo was built under Spanish rule in 1795-1799 and named after the municipal...
8606 W St Bernard Hwy | Chalmette
Just downriver from New Orleans in Chalmette is the site of the January 8, 1815, Battle of New Orleans: Chalmette Battlefield. Many people believe...
1235 N Peters St | New Orleans
For over 200 years, the historic French Market has been an enduring symbol of pride and progress for the people of New Orleans. While the Market has...
820 St Louis St | New Orleans
Located in the heart of the historic French Quarter is the Hermann-Grima House, thought to be the finest example of American architecture in the...
2336 Esplanade Ave | New Orleans
The founders of this repository strive through their collection of documents, paintings and decorative arts to present, interpret and preserve the...
916 N. Peters Street | New Orleans
The National Park Service's Jazz National Park provides an ideal setting to share the cultural history of the people and places that helped shape...
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1100 Chartres St | New Orleans
The Old Ursuline Convent was erected in 1745 and occupied until 1824 by Ursuline nuns as a convent, orphanage, and school for girls. This historic...
615 Pere Antoine Alley | New Orleans
The Saint Louis Cathedral is the oldest cathedral in North America,founded as a Catholic parish in 1720 along the banks of the Mississippi River.
751 Chartres St. | New Orleans
The Presbytère was designed in 1791 to match the Cabildo, alongside St. Louis Cathedral in the French Quarter. It stands today as a beautiful...