Caption: 3/1/2005--One of the premier attractions to St. Louis is the Arch, seen here framed in a window of the old Cathedral, otherwise known as Basilica of St. Louis, King of France. The old Cathedral museum contains many artifacts and relics form the early days of the Catholic Church in St. Louis. The first Catholic Church in St. Louis was built on this site a a small log house in 1770 and the present building cornerstones were laid in 1831. The Jefferson Memorial to Westward Expansion contains a museum as well and together they paint an interesting portrait of the past of St. Louis. PHOTO BY KEVIN MANNING
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