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The oldest town in Missouri, Ste. Genevieve has done a remarkable job preserving its rich and charming history. The small town was founded by French Canadians in the early 1700s, and many of its French Creole-style structures still stand today. Visitors can see first-hand the poteaux sur solle ("posts-on-sill") buildings, like the U.S. National Historic Landmark Louis Bolduc House, and its narrow streets and gardens. While Ste. Genevieve has managed to hold onto its historic ambiance, the town also lures visitors with its excellent restaurants and wineries.
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