New Orleans Heritage Buildings between Lafayette Square & Lee Circle Photos

The heritage area between Lafayette Square & Lee Circle & part of what used to be the Warehouse District beside the Mississippi River has undergone a Renaissance as an area of galleries & restaurants, especially since it is adjacent to the city's Convention Center. A highlight along Julia Street is the Thirteen Sisters row of heritage townhouses.

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Corner building with square tower. New Orleans, LA.St. Patrick's Church. New Orleans, LA.St. Patrick's Church tower. New Orleans, LA.St. Patrick's Church rectory house on Camp St. New Orleans, LA.
Corner building with square tower (644 Camp St.). New Orleans, LA.St. Patrick's Church (1840) (56 m 185 ft) (724 Camp St.). New Orleans, LA. Style: Gothic Revival. Architect: Charles Dakin & James Dakin + James Gallier, Sr.. On National Register.St. Patrick's Church tower. New Orleans, LA.St. Patrick's Church rectory house on Camp St. New Orleans, LA.
Multicolored heritage townhouses opposite St. Patrick's Church on Camp St. New Orleans, LA.Red brick heritage townhouse. New Orleans, LA.Lighthouse Glass building. New Orleans, LA.Louisiana Children's Museum building on Julia St. New Orleans, LA.
Multicolored heritage townhouses opposite St. Patrick's Church on Camp St. New Orleans, LA.Red brick heritage townhouse (729 Camp St.). New Orleans, LA.Lighthouse Glass building (743 Camp St.). New Orleans, LA.Louisiana Children's Museum building on Julia St. New Orleans, LA.
Julia Street Row [aka Thirteen Sisters Buildings]. New Orleans, LA.600 Julia St. in Julia Street Row. New Orleans, LA.Doorway of 604 Julia St. in Julia Street Row. New Orleans, LA.Hernsheim Building. New Orleans, LA.
Julia Street Row [aka Thirteen Sisters Buildings] (1832) (602-646 Julia St.). New Orleans, LA. Architect: James H. Dakin, Alexander T. Wood & Daniel H. Twogood. On National Register.600 Julia St. in Julia Street Row. New Orleans, LA.Doorway of 604 Julia St. in Julia Street Row. New Orleans, LA.Hernsheim Building (c1890s) (755 Magazine St.). New Orleans, LA.
Old Iron Works & Machine Shop. New Orleans, LA.Ornaments in Artworks Glass Gallery on Magazine Street. New Orleans, LA.Glass dragons in Artworks Glass Gallery on Magazine Street. New Orleans, LA.Building decorated for Mardi Gras. New Orleans, LA.
Old Iron Works & Machine Shop (1867) (741-747 Magazine St.). New Orleans, LA.Ornaments in Artworks Glass Gallery on Magazine Street. New Orleans, LA.Glass dragons in Artworks Glass Gallery on Magazine Street. New Orleans, LA.Building decorated for Mardi Gras (730 Saint Charles St.). New Orleans, LA.
Mardi Gras masked figurehead symbol at 730 Saint Charles St. New Orleans, LA.L.E. Rabouin Memorial School. New Orleans, LA.Carved decorative name on L.E. Rabouin Memorial School. New Orleans, LA.Nicholas Bauer Building. New Orleans, LA.
Mardi Gras masked figurehead symbol at 730 Saint Charles St. New Orleans, LA.L.E. Rabouin Memorial School (1936) (727 Carondelet St.). New Orleans, LA. Style: Art Deco. Architect: E.A. Christy.Carved decorative name on L.E. Rabouin Memorial School. New Orleans, LA.Nicholas Bauer Building (703 Carondelet St.). New Orleans, LA.
Scottish Rite Temple. New Orleans, LA.WDSU TV building tower. New Orleans, LA.St. John the Baptist Catholic Church. New Orleans, LA.
Scottish Rite Temple (619 Carondelet St.). New Orleans, LA.WDSU TV building tower (846 Howard Ave.). New Orleans, LA.St. John the Baptist Catholic Church (1869) (38 m 125 ft) (1139 Oretha Castle Haley Boul.). New Orleans, LA.

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