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(Orleans Parish, Louisiana)
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"An opportunity to learn! "

This state museum has an amazing display of Hurricane Katrina and Mardi Gras. The staff at the museum was really friendly and helpful. When you see the display, you'll find the amount of research that's gone into the pictures and video footage. A visit to the museum is also a great way to understand and learn about the history and culture of New Orleans.

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The Presbytere

The Presbytère is an architecturally important building in the French Quarter of New Orleans, Louisiana. It stands facing Jackson Square, adjacent to the St. Louis Cathedral. Built in 1791 as a matching structure for the Cabildo, which flanks the cathedral on the other side, it is one of the nation's best examples of formal colonial Spanish architecture . It was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1970, and is now a property of the Louisiana State Museum.


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