Los Adaes State Historic Site Maps

Robeline, LA

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Los Adaes State Historic Site Description

Los Adaes, the symbol of New Spain in Louisiana, was once the capital of Texas and the scene of a unique cooperation among the French, the Spanish and the indigenous Native Americans. An area rich in archaeological finds, it thrives today as one of Louisiana's most intriguing state Historic Sites. Click here for additional information about excavations at and resulting discoveries about the history of Los Adaes, courtesy of the Louisiana Division of Archaeology. Los Adaes dates back to the early 1700s when a Franciscan missionary, Father Francisco Hidalgo, urged the French governor of Louisia

: 31.708, -93.293
: 14 acres (0.06 km²)
Official Link
: Los Adaes State Historic Site

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