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The largest city in Louisiana, New Orleans is well known for its distinct French Creole architecture and its cross-cultural and multilingual heritage. It is also famous for its cuisine, music -- particularly as the birthplace of jazz, and its annual celebrations and festivals, most notably Mardi Gras.

Chalmette, LA - Battle of New Orleans

Chalmette, LA - Battle of New Orleans

Chalmette, LA - National Cemetery

Chalmette, LA - National Cemetery

New Orleans, LA - Armstrong Park

New Orleans, LA - Armstrong Park

New Orleans, LA - Bayou Saint John Spanish Fort

New Orleans, LA - Bayou Saint John Spanish Fort

New Orleans, LA - Bourbon Street

New Orleans, LA - Bourbon Street

New Orleans, LA - Bourbon Street French Parfum

New Orleans, LA - Bourbon Street French Parfum

New Orleans, LA - Bourbon Street Signs

New Orleans, LA - Bourbon Street Signs

New Orleans, LA - Calypso Tumblers

New Orleans, LA - Calypso Tumblers

New Orleans, LA - Calypso Tumblers, Jackson Square

New Orleans, LA - Calypso Tumblers, Jackson Square

New Orleans, LA - Cemetery

New Orleans, LA - Cemetery

New Orleans, LA - City of the Dead

New Orleans, LA - City of the Dead

New Orleans, LA - City of the Dead

New Orleans, LA - City of the Dead

New Orleans, LA - Customs House

New Orleans, LA - Customs House

New Orleans, LA - Downtown Street, 1935

New Orleans, LA - Downtown Street, 1935

New Orleans, LA - French Market

New Orleans, LA - French Market

New Orleans, LA - French Quarter Balconies

New Orleans, LA - French Quarter Balconies

New Orleans, LA - Garden District

New Orleans, LA - Garden District

New Orleans, LA - Hotel Monteleone

New Orleans, LA - Hotel Monteleone

New Orleans, LA - Hotel Monteleone Ornamentation

New Orleans, LA - Hotel Monteleone Ornamentation

New Orleans, LA - Ironwork

New Orleans, LA - Ironwork