Baton Rouge Heritage Buildings Photos

Baton Rouge, Louisiana has a few heritage buildings of note.

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Louisiana State Capitol tallest State Capitol in USA. Baton Rouge, LA.Old State Capitol burned to brick shell in Civil War & restored. Baton Rouge, LA.Louisiana State Capitol grounds with Old Arsenal Powder Magazine & Museum. Baton Rouge, LA.Pentagon Barracks for U.S. troops & used by Louisiana State University. One building destroyed by flood. Baton Rouge, LA.
Louisiana State Capitol (1930-32) (34 floors) tallest State Capitol in USA. Baton Rouge, LA. Style: Art Deco. Architect: Weiss, Dreyfous & Seiferth. On National Register. Old State Capitol (1847-50) (100 North St.) burned (1862) to brick shell in Civil War & restored (1882). Baton Rouge, LA. Style: Gothic Revival. Architect: James Dakin; restored William A. Freret. On National Register. Louisiana State Capitol grounds with Old Arsenal Powder Magazine & Museum. Baton Rouge, LA. Pentagon Barracks (1819-22) for U.S. troops & used by Louisiana State University (1886-1925). One building destroyed by flood. Baton Rouge, LA. On National Register.
East Baton Rouge Parish Court House. Baton Rouge, LA.Old Governor's Mansion. Baton Rouge, LA.Side view of Old Governor's Mansion. Baton Rouge, LA.Old Post Office & former City Hall, now City Club of Baton Rouge. Baton Rouge, LA.
East Baton Rouge Parish Court House (222 St. Louis St.). Baton Rouge, LA.Old Governor's Mansion (1930) (502 North St.). Baton Rouge, LA. Architect: Dreyfus, Weiss & Seifert. On National Register.Side view of Old Governor's Mansion. Baton Rouge, LA.Old Post Office (1894) (355 North Blvd.) & former City Hall, now City Club of Baton Rouge. Baton Rouge, LA. Style: Renaissance Revival. On National Register.
Upper story detail of Old Post Office & former City Hall. Baton Rouge, LA.Window detail of Old Post Office & former City Hall. Baton Rouge, LA.Louisiana State Office Building, Lyceum Dean & North Third Streetscape. Baton Rouge, LA.Louisiana State Office Building. Baton Rouge, LA.
Upper story detail of Old Post Office & former City Hall. Baton Rouge, LA.Window detail of Old Post Office & former City Hall. Baton Rouge, LA.Louisiana State Office Building, Lyceum Dean (124 North Third St.) & North Third Streetscape. Baton Rouge, LA.Louisiana State Office Building (1927) (12 floors) (150 North Third St.). Baton Rouge, LA.
Heritage buildings around Roumain Building on North Third Street. Baton Rouge, LA.Roumain Building. Baton Rouge, LA.Cast iron overhang of Roumain Building. Baton Rouge, LA.Terra cotta facade details of Roumain Building. Baton Rouge, LA.
Heritage buildings around Roumain Building on North Third Street. Baton Rouge, LA.Roumain Building (1923) (6 floors) (343 North Third St.). Baton Rouge, LA. Architect: Favrot & Livaudais. On National Register.Cast iron overhang of Roumain Building. Baton Rouge, LA.Terra cotta facade details of Roumain Building. Baton Rouge, LA.
State National Life building. Baton Rouge, LA.Hilton Capitol Center. Baton Rouge, LA.Entrance facade of former Heidelberg Hotel, now Hilton Capitol Center. Baton Rouge, LA.Baton Rouge Waterworks Company Standpipe. Baton Rouge, LA.
State National Life building (7 floors) (263 Third St.). Baton Rouge, LA.Hilton Capitol Center (former Heidelberg Hotel) (1927) (11 floors) (201 Lafayette St.). Baton Rouge, LA. Architect: Edward F. Neild. On National Register.Entrance facade of former Heidelberg Hotel, now Hilton Capitol Center. Baton Rouge, LA.Baton Rouge Waterworks Company Standpipe (1937) (131 Lafayette St.). Baton Rouge, LA. Architect: John H. Wood. On National Register.
One of Baton Rouge's last remaining buildings with cast iron balconies. Baton Rouge, LA.Cast iron balcony at 121 Convention St. Baton Rouge, LA.Louisiana Art & Science Museum in former Yazoo & Mississippi Valley Railroad Co. Station. Baton Rouge, LA.Planetarium of Louisiana Art & Science Museum. Baton Rouge, LA.
One of Baton Rouge's last remaining buildings with cast iron balconies (121 Convention St.). Baton Rouge, LA.Cast iron balcony at 121 Convention St. Baton Rouge, LA.Louisiana Art & Science Museum in former Yazoo & Mississippi Valley Railroad Co. Station (1925) (100 S. River St.). Baton Rouge, LA. On National Register.Planetarium of Louisiana Art & Science Museum. Baton Rouge, LA.
St. Joseph Cathedral. Baton Rouge, LA.Tower of St. Joseph Cathedral. Baton Rouge, LA.St. James Episcopal Church. Baton Rouge, LA.Gothic entrance door of St. James Episcopal Church. Baton Rouge, LA.
St. Joseph Cathedral (1853) (412 North St.). Baton Rouge, LA. Style: Gothic Revival. Architect: Father John Cambiaso. On National Register.Tower of St. Joseph Cathedral (1891). Baton Rouge, LA. Architect: F.B. Dicharry.St. James Episcopal Church (1895) (34m 112ft) (208 N. 4th St.). Baton Rouge, LA. Style: Gothic Revival. Architect: Col. W.L. Stevens. On National Register.Gothic entrance door of St. James Episcopal Church. Baton Rouge, LA.
Tower of St. James Episcopal Church. Baton Rouge, LA.Tiffany stained glass windows in apse of St. James Episcopal Church. Baton Rouge, LA.Tiffany stained glass window of flowers in St. James Episcopal Church. Baton Rouge, LA.Tiffany stained glass window of angel with lilies in St. James Episcopal Church. Baton Rouge, LA.
Tower of St. James Episcopal Church. Baton Rouge, LA.Tiffany stained glass windows in apse of St. James Episcopal Church. Baton Rouge, LA.Tiffany stained glass window of flowers in St. James Episcopal Church. Baton Rouge, LA.Tiffany stained glass window of angel with lilies in St. James Episcopal Church. Baton Rouge, LA.
Tiffany stained glass window of tree & lilies in St. James Episcopal Church. Baton Rouge, LA.Stained glass window of Palm Sunday in St. James Episcopal Church. Baton Rouge, LA.Stained glass window of Christ as shepherd in St. James Episcopal Church. Baton Rouge, LA.
Tiffany stained glass window of tree & lilies in St. James Episcopal Church. Baton Rouge, LA.Stained glass window of Palm Sunday in St. James Episcopal Church. Baton Rouge, LA.Stained glass window of Christ as shepherd in St. James Episcopal Church. Baton Rouge, LA.

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