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The present building of the Immaculate Conception Church, known locally as the Jesuit Church, in New Orleans, was finished in 1929, but is a reconstruction of the earlier church finished in 1857. That earlier building was damaged by construction and was dismantled, repaired and rebuilt. Just off Canal Street on Baronne Street, the church is not a tourist attraction, but should be. With a very tall and handsome nave, the church features Moorish influence.