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LSU’s Maned Mascot On game days at LSU, opposing players must walk past an actual caged tiger (these days, a Bengal-Siberian mix named Mike VI). A generous donor gave money to build the mascot a beautiful habitat, hard by Tiger Stadium, where Mike lolls in luxury, behind clear walls, between games. games, football, mike vi, fans, lsu tiger, travel, bathing beauties, place, geaux tigers
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(The Old Capitol in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.) Completed in 1850, this building served as the state house of Louisiana until the state capitol was moved to Opelousas, Louisiana to avoid capture by Federal troops. The Gothic structure was burned in 1862 while it was a Federal prison. On the grounds is the grave of Henry Watkins Allen, Brigadier General and Confederate governor of Louisiana. state capitol, wedding receptions, batonroug, mississippi river, baton rouge, louisiana, buildings, capitol build, place
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Raising Canes Chicken Fingers! The Best!