New Orleans Then and Now

New Orleans Then and Now Many however have been painstakingly and caringly preserved for generations St Louis Cathedral the Cabildo and the French Market stand as they have for centuries Meanwhile other recent construc

  • Title: New Orleans Then and Now
  • Author: Richard Campanella Marina Campanella
  • ISBN: 9781565543478
  • Page: 161
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Many , however, have been painstakingly and caringly preserved for generations St Louis Cathedral, the Cabildo, and the French Market stand as they have for centuries Meanwhile, other, recent constructions, like the Louisiana Superdome, have drastically altered not only their surroundings but New Orleans as a whole Following in the tradition of Pelican s awardMany , however, have been painstakingly and caringly preserved for generations St Louis Cathedral, the Cabildo, and the French Market stand as they have for centuries Meanwhile, other, recent constructions, like the Louisiana Superdome, have drastically altered not only their surroundings but New Orleans as a whole Following in the tradition of Pelican s award winning New Orleans Architecture series, New Orleans Then and Now offers readers a glimpse of some of the most renowned and impressive architectural marvels of the city tragedies and triumphs intact.

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    1. This is ultimately a very depressing book. New Orleans must have once been a true architectural gem. Instead it is now dominated by the hideous modern style. Thank god for the Vieux Carre commission.


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