The Old Ursuline Convent was built in the 1750's by slave laborers and ovcupied by the Ursuline nuns who were teaching nuns. The construction is enormously complex and interesting. The building is quiet and dignified. When there are tours the tour guides are very well educated and informative. Periodically there are exhibitions. Try to catch one if possible. This site is not to be missed. It is a reprieve from the hustle and bustle of the rest of the French Quarter.
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