The Southern Hotel is technically down Third Street, but we’ll continue on our way down Market Street towards the river. Note the cupola on the roof.
While the Ste. Genevieve is famous for being a French colonial settlement, the majority of the current building stock dates from the Nineteenth Century.
And much of it is from before the Civil War, I suspect, or shortly after.
These Greek Revival rowhouses look like something out of Soulard in St. Louis.