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Oak Alley Plantation

My dream location: Oak Alley Plantation in Louisiana. Gorgeous plantation with symmetrical Oak trees lining a pathway. The plantation looks over the Mississippi River.

Marcus Iowa IA 1912 Christian Church Collectible Antique Vintage Postcard

Marcus Iowa IA 1912 Christian Church Collectible Antique Vintage Postcard

Oak Alley Plantation, Louisiana - former sugar cane plantation now turned historic site and restaurant, also the film location for Lestat's home in Interview with a Vampire

Oak Alley Plantation - The quarter-mile canopy of giant live oak trees is believed to be nearly 300 years old. Located on the Mississippi River between the historic Louisiana cities of New Orleans and Baton Rouge.

Oak Alley Plantation, Vacherie, LA. It was named for a remarkable quarter-mile double row of 28 live oaks, planted in the early 1700's by a French settler. The trees extended from the main house down to the shore of the Mississippi River.

and take a break at Oak Alley Plantation, Louisiana this place is absolutely beautiful. One of my favorite places in Louisiana.

Louisiana Plantation  My pops went here and I'd like to go to learn some history...

This is Oak Alley Plantation. In my mind, one of the most beautiful settings for a home I've seen. Only one lifetime would not be long enough to live in this gorgeous home and wake up every morning being worshipped by the oak trees.

Tour The Myrtle's Plantation in St Francisville Louisiana - America's most haunted house

Haunted Louisiana

LOUISIANA - Oak Alley Plantation - “There is a house in New Orleans they call the Rising Sun. And it's been the ruin of many a poor boy and God, I know I'm one.

I would love to walk up this path everyday!...pretty sure this home wad used in Interview with a vampire

Love Down on the Farm

Plantation Home. Southern Style Home. Tree Lined Driveway. Tree Lined Property. Tree Lined House.

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Nottoway Plantation in Louisiana the largest old antebellum style mansion left in the south.