The Evergreen Plantation slave cabins used in the production of ‘Django Unchained’

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The Evergreen Plantation slave cabins used in the production of 'Django Unchained'

Views of the Evergreen Plantation in Wallace, Louisiana. Declared a national historic landmark in 1992, the complex represents the most intact slave quarters in the country. Quentin Tarantino recently used its 22 original slave cabins while shooting slavery thriller ‘Django Unchained’, due to be released December 25th, 2012.


Pictured: Evergreen Plantation and slave cabins in Wallace, Louisiana

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