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This Trail In Louisiana Will Lead You To Extraordinary Ancient Ruins

Poverty Point is still a bit of a mystery, but new clues are constantly being discovered. In its heyday, it was a massive 72 ft.-tall mound, built by hand centuries ago. Today you can visit the site and walk around the 2.6-mile trail, learning all about this amazing piece of Louisiana history.

Poverty Point was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1962. In 2014, it became a World Heritage Site, joining the ranks of other historical sites like Stonehenge, The Great Wall of China, and the Pyramids of Giza.

Have you ever been to Poverty Point? Let us know in the comments below.

Jackie Ann
Louisiana native. Crafty. Lover of all things comedy, photography, and travel related. Feel free to email me at jsutherlin@onlyinyourstate.com