One Of The Least Visited Cemeteries In New Orleans Has A Fascinating History

New Orleans’ cemeteries are one of the most popular tourist attractions in the city. From famed authors to Voodoo Queens, some of New Orleans’ most notable figures are laid to rest in these tombs, and it’s worth your while to schedule a tour to visit some of these haunting beautiful attractions. This one particular cemetery may not be as popular as some of the others, but the history behind it is truly fascinating.

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You can find St. Roch Cemetery at 1725 St Roch Ave., New Orleans, LA 70117.

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