Why, it’s another clock in a building! Oh, and it’s a historic place, too. This is the St. Louis Cathedral overlooking Jackson Square in New Orleans, Louisiana. (I’m not used to seeing clocks in church facades in Minnesota, but they are a thing in New Orleans. Saw another one on a church on Algiers Point.) Jackson Square is “where in 1803 Louisiana was made United States territory pursuant to the Louisiana Purchase.” https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jackson_Square_(New_Orleans) – Minnesota was also part of the Louisiana Purchase, with Lt. Zebulon Pike being sent on an expedition to find the source of the Mississippi River there in 1805-06. He built a fort a few miles south of Little Falls, MN, (just a couple miles south of the museum where I work) because winter came early in 1805 and he had to hunker down for a bit. Because of my knowledge of local history in Central Minnesota, it’s a blast to find these history connections in Louisiana.