Originally dedicated in 1948, Zeringue Park is named after brothers Philip and Felix Zeringue who both gave their lives during World War II.
11 young men from Harahan have perished in defense of our country since this city was founded in 1920. This new Memorial is dedicated to them.
Water symbolizes purity, clarity and calmness, and reminds us to cleanse our minds and attain a state of purity.
In the heart of the city, Zeringue Park will be an iconic landmark and community centerpiece for visitors of all ages; a popular backdrop for unforgettable moments.
After man's most horrific conflict, the people of the United States, Germany and Japan - once great advisories, have supported democracies, and helped promote peace throughout the world.
As a sign of friendship, the people of Germany and Japan are working with Harahan to secure two iconic symbols of post-World War II