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#12 of 118 Sights & Landmarks in New Orleans
Many visitors to New Orleans visit St. Louis Cemetery No. 1 (see my separate review on that site), but few take the time to visit Metairie Cemetery, an absolute treasure trove of history and funerary art.
In this cemetery, resting in peace are Generals John Bell Hood, Richard “Dick” Taylor, PGT Beauregard, and many common soldiers of the Army of Northern Virginia and Army of the Tennessee, CSA! Be sure to view the...
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#13 of 118 Sights & Landmarks in New Orleans
The house was built later than most houses on tour in the area and offers an interesting view of the mid-century social elite.
Had family visiting from out of town, and wanted to do a well rounded site seeing day.
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We got a history lesson on the canal and how it came into being and some other sights to see in the are.
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Driving along the freeway, you can view the cemetery.
It's definitely a site to see with the impressive mosoleums.
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