Pirates' Alley in New Orleans was the home of American Nobel/Pulitzer laureate novelist, William Faulkner. The St. Louis Cathedral is on the left and the alley opens up to Jackson Square. French Quarter, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA see the floor tiles?
Louis Cathedral - New Orleans, Louisiana - French Classicist architecture - flanked on each side by the Cabildo (former Spanish administration bldg) & the Presbytere (former city court house) both now museums - (image by Jon Armstrong)
Pirates Alley - French Quarter - New Orleans, Louisiana--- We lived near New Orleans when I was young. My parents took me to a lot of interesting places in the Quarter and the Garden District. I especially loved the museum trips with my mother.
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The Cathedral-Basilica of Saint Louis, King of France, also called St. Louis Cathedral, is the seat of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of New Orleans; it has the distinction of being the oldest continuously operating cathedral in the United States.