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Regardez-moi! Monuments of New Orleans
Since the 1850s, New Orleans has erected statues and public works of art to celebrate its heroes and quirks. Roadsideamerica.com Report...
New Orleans, Louisiana - Flashy Tombs of Metairie Cemetery
If you were a 19th century rich person and wanted to be buried in a pyramid or a picturesque ruin, Metairie Cemetery was the place to go. Roadsideamerica.com Report... [04/26/2015]
New Orleans, Louisiana - Nicholas Cage's Pyramid Tomb
In 2010, actor Nicolas Cage purchased two adjacent plots for his final resting place, a 10-ft. tall pyramid tomb. Latin inscription "Omnia Ab Uno," translates as "Everything From One." Roadsideamerica.com Report... [04/26/2015]
New Orleans, Louisiana - Statue of Ignatius J. Reilly
The unlikely hero of John Kennedy Toole's Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, "A Confederacy of Dunces," in life-size bronze. Roadsideamerica.com Report... [04/26/2015]
Tupelo, Mississippi - Tupelo Automobile Museum
This auto museum is extraordinary, over 100 cars in chronological order, all in immaculate condition. They are all parked on an angle so its easy to take side and front photographs. Any car enthusiast (or not) would enjoy this museum.[Carolyn Earle, 04/26/2015]
Tupelo Automobile Museum
- 1 Otis Blvd, Tupelo, MS
- Tupelo Automobile Museum. US Hwy 45 to E. Main St. exit, west to E. Franklin St., then north one block to the museum on the right.
- M-Sa 9-4:30, Su 12-4:30 (Call to verify)
- Adults $10.