The Most-Photographed Cathedral In The Country Is Right Here In New Orleans

When you come to New Orleans, there’s a lot you need to see. Luckily, most of it is within a few miles radius and the city is pretty easy to navigate, making your time here spent on seeing the sights instead of spending long days in the car driving around. Naturally, everyone wants to see the French Quarter and learn the history of New Orleans’ oldest neighborhood, and right in the heart of the Quarter lies one of the most photographed cathedrals in the country, and that’s the St. Louis Cathedral.

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