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Los Adaes State Historic Site

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One of Louisiana's most intriguing state historic sites, Los Adaes is the remains of a Spanish Fort, garrisoned in the 1700s. It was once the capital of Texas and the scene of unique cooperation among French, Spanish and Indians. Today, it remains as a tribute to and a reflection of these distinct cultural influences in Louisiana. It has been found to contain important archaeoligical resources of Indian, French and Spanish occupation. Exhibits and an archaeological laboratory introduce visitors to a fascinating era of history.

Location: 6354 Hwy 485, Robeline Louisiana 71469 Telephone 318-472-9449 Toll Free: 888-677-5378

Other History nearby:
(San Augustine) Ezekiel W. Cullen Home
(Many) Fort Jesup State Historic Site
(Natchitoches) Fort St. Jean Baptiste
(Natchitoches) Ft Jean Baptiste State Commemorative
(Grass Valley) Gold Quartz Discovery Site
(Cloutierville) Kate Chopin House

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