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  • Longue Vue House and GardensLongue Vue House and Gardens New Orleans, Louisiana
    The Longue Vue House and Gardens is also called Longue Vue, and it is a classical revival style mansion and surrounding gardens that is located on Bamboo Road, New Orleans, Louisiana. It was originally the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Bloom Stern, although the current house is the second; with the first being constructed in 1924. Ellen Biddle Shipman, well known landscape architect, came here in 1934 to assist the Sterns on the designing of their gardens. While in the process, the Sterns became disenchanted with their home and had it moved to they could enjoy the views of their new gardens and other amenities. They began construction of another house in 1939, designed by William and Geoffrey Platt, whose father, Charles Platt, being Ellen's mentor. The unique results are nothing less than startling, with four different facades on the four sides, with a different garden viewed on each side.

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  • National World War II Museum (National D-Day Museum)National World War II Museum New Orleans, Louisiana
    The National WWII Museum was known as the National D-Day Museum and can be found in the Central Business District of New Orleans, Louisiana; highighting the contributions made by the United States towards the defeat of the Axis coalition in World War II and the Battle of Normandy especially. It was designated by the Congress as "America's National World War II Museum in 2003, after opening its doors in June, 2000, on the 56th anniversary of D-Day. There is a huge lobby that has aircraft and other artifacts hanging down from the ceilings. Visitors pay an entrance fee at a desk in the middle of the lobby/hangar and then the tickets are separated from their stubs by the veterans of that horrible and memorable day.

January 11, 2011