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Cypress Grove and Greenwood Cemeteries, New Orleans
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  • Driving along the freeway, you can view the cemetery. We made plans to visit. The children were a bit apprehensive, but eventually got over it and began to listen to the rich history attached to the t...  more »
  • We took a trolly car from downtown New Orleans to the end of the line, which was at Greenwood Cemetery. It looked interesting and we had nothing better to do, so we went in for a look. There were othe...  more »
  • A small taste of a NOLA cemetery. You can drive slowly through the cemetery which was appealing. We had the place to ourselves on a Sunday morning so we could get out and check out the unique style of...  more »
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  • Beautiful cemetery, grounds are well kept, although several tombs have fallen into disrepair. Fireman's section in front and some extremely ornate tombs. Right off the streetcar line so there is usually people wandering around.
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