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    Historical Places in New Orleans


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    Business Listing   Beauregard-Keyes House and Garden - New Orleans, LA - Phone: (504) 523-7257


    Business Listing   D Day Museum the National - New Orleans, LA - Phone: (504) 527-6012


    Business Listing   Degas House - New Orleans, LA - Phone: (504) 821-5009


    Business Listing   French Market Corporation - New Orleans, LA - Phone: (504) 522-2621


    Business Listing   Friends of the Cabildo - New Orleans, LA - Phone: (504) 523-3939


    Business Listing   Hermann-Grima Gallier Historic House - New Orleans, LA - Phone: (504) 568-9735


    Business Listing   Historic New Orleans Collection - New Orleans, LA - Phone: (504) 523-4662


    Business Listing   Louisiana State - Fort Pike State Historic Site - New Orleans, LA - Phone: (504) 662-5703


    Business Listing   Shrine of St Jude Gift Shop - New Orleans, LA - Phone: (504) 525-1551


    Business Listing   St Alphonsus Art and Cultural Center - New Orleans, LA - Phone: (504) 524-8116


    Business Listing   St Louis Cathedral - New Orleans, LA - Phone: (504) 525-9585


    Business Listing   Zion Lutheran Church-Mo Synod - New Orleans, LA - Phone: (504) 524-1025


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    Helpful Definition for: Historical Places


    Historical places in New Orleans are the locations having a historical significance. Such places are considered to be historically important because either some important event took place there or there exists some monument or palace or any other construction or architecture that has some relevance in history. Historical places contribute largely to the economy of its territory as those places attract tourists from various parts of the world. Local people in New Orleans earn their living by working as tourist-guides, photographers or providing accommodation & other facilities. Historical places are specially taken care of by the government, since they are considered as the nation’s heritage.

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