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rosalie or longwood

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Cork, Ireland
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rosalie or longwood

arriving in natchez tomorrow wondering if anyone has an opinion on visiting rosalie or longwood. can only do 1.

thanks

Mississippi
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1. Re: rosalie or longwood

I think you would like either one. I personally liked Rosalie the best. Stanton Hall is nice too. Enjoy your visit.

Natchez, Mississippi
posts: 39
2. Re: rosalie or longwood

The homes really act as a juxtaposition to one another in relation to the Civil War, so it depends on what you are interested in seeing.

Rosalie has fabulous interiors and a wonderful history of the family who built it. The home represents the prosperity of the region before the beginning of the War.

Longwood is a shining example of how the War effected the wealthy in the South. Construction on Longwood was halted due to the beginning of the War Between the States. Carpenters laid down their tools, resulting in the house never being completed. It is also the largest octagonal house in the U.S.

Please let us know if you have any more questiosn or if we can help you with anything else.

Mississippi
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3. Re: rosalie or longwood

Thanks Natchez CVB....I should have mentioned Longwood was never finished. It seemed kind of dreary to me. I believe that's the reason I liked Rosalie the best because of the outstanding interior. Good luck to you.

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