Sorrento

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Sorrento, a small town in Ascension Parish, was first known as Conway before being renamed in 1909. The town received its name from William Edenborn, a German immigrant who built the railroad through the region. He named the town Sorrento after the city in Italy where he took his bride for their honeymoon. Sorrento is convenient to the plantations of River Road and is home to the River Parish Community College and The Cajun Village, a collection of shops featuring Louisiana artists and products.

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    City: Sorrento
    6967 Hwy. 22 Sorrento, LA 70778
    Located between New Orleans and Baton Rouge. Home to Houmas House Plantation,"The Sugar Palace", Bocage Plantation a luxury B&B and tours, Tanger Outlet Center's designer stores and international...
    City: Sorrento
    6473 Hwy 22 Sorrento, LA 70778
    Louisiana Wines is nestled in the Historic Cajun Village among a collection of Acadian Buildings and Unique Specialty Shops.  The fine wines of Casa de Sue are available by the glass, bottle...

Sorrento, a small town in Ascension Parish, was first known as Conway before being renamed in 1909. The town received its name from William Edenborn, a German immigrant who built the railroad through the region. He named the town Sorrento after the city in Italy where he took his bride for their honeymoon. Sorrento is convenient to the plantations of River Road and is home to the River Parish Community College and The Cajun Village, a collection of shops featuring Louisiana artists and products.

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