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Partners in Preservation-New Orleans
Lafayette Cemetery Nº 1 is one of Partners in Preservation-New Orleans.

1. Lafayette Cemetery Nº 1

1400 Washington Ave. (at Prytania St.), New Orleans, LA
Mezarlık · Garden District · 45 tavsiye ve inceleme

Saving PlacesSaving Places: Designated a burial site in 1833, Lafayette Cemetery No. 1 in New Orleans’ Garden District is an active cemetery, tourist attraction, neighborhood recreation center and community gathering place.

2. Odyssey House Louisiana

1125 N Tonti St, New Orleans, LA
Tarihi Yer · Gert Town · 1 tavsiye

Saving PlacesSaving Places: Odyssey House Louisiana, a nonprofit behavioral healthcare facility, occupies two connected buildings bequeathed in 1866 by New Orleans’ first African American philanthropist.

St. Alphonsus Irish Community Center is one of Partners in Preservation-New Orleans.

3. St. Alphonsus Irish Community Center

2030 Constance St, New Orleans, LA
Spritüel Merkez · Lower Garden District · 1 tavsiye

Saving PlacesSaving Places: St. Alphonsus Church, a National Historic Landmark, was constructed in 1855 by Catholic Redemptorists.

St. Augustine's Church is one of Partners in Preservation-New Orleans.

4. St. Augustine's Church

1210 Governor Nicholls St, New Orleans, LA
Kilise · Treme - Lafitte · 4 tavsiye ve inceleme

Saving PlacesSaving Places: As the second oldest African American parish in New Orleans, St. Augustine is a significant part of the city’s African American heritage.

5. Historic St. James A.M.E. Church

222 N Roman St (Bienville), New Orleans, LA
Kilise · Tulane - Gravier · 2 tavsiye ve inceleme

Saving PlacesSaving Places: St. James A.M.E. Church, located in the Mid-City National Register Historic District, has been a place of worship for 160 years.