Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Saint Louis Cathedral in Jackson Square

These pictures were taken at Jackson Square at New Orleans, Louisiana. This is the famous Saint Louis Cathedral and accross this church is where you can find the famous Cafe' du Monde.
The woman seated with a big umbrella at the middle of the street is a card reader. They are locals who make a living with this palm/card reading. The other men shown with drums and saxophones were local artists that entertains tourists. They sang good and some tourists gave them something too.
This church was built in 1789 but completed in 1850. A Renaissance and Spanish Colonial Architectural designs and visited by Pope John Paul II in September 1987. It felt so good that I had the chance to visit this Catholic Church also. The inside design is so grand. I will try to post the video next time.
Just a plaque on the wall inside the church showing the history of Saint Louis Cathedral.


  1. hi ams, nice place and thanks for the info about it.

    have a nice day

  2. i love the pics here sis, with matching info pa rin..galing mo naman

  3. ang nice ng cathedral.
    great photos amz ^_^

  4. nice shot of the cathedral.ur such a well travelled lady ams.


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