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New Orleans

Royal Street, New Orleans Van Benthuysen-Elms Mansion in New Orleans Loyola University, New Orleans New Orleans streetcar St Charles Streetcar in New Orleans The corner of the Cabildo building and the St. Louis Cathedral on Jackson Square in New Orleans. A waitress preparing Bananas Foster at The Court of Two Sisters restaurant in New Orleans. Streetcar driver A view of the famous Bourbon Street in the French Quarter of New Orleans. The corner of Bourbon Street and St. Peter in the French Quarter of New Orleans, post-Katrina. Royal Street in the French Quarter of New Orleans, post-Katrina. Looking from the rooftop of the Omni Royal Orleans hotel toward the St. Louis Cathedral and Jackson Square, post-Katrina. The entrance of Louis Armstrong Park, New Orleans. Inside the St. Louis Cathedral on Jackson Square in New Orleans. The ceiling of the St. Louis Cathedral on Jackson Square in New Orleans. Looking from the rooftop of the Omni Royal Orleans hotel toward the bridge across the Mississippi River, post-Katrina. A view of the famous Bourbon Street in the French Quarter of New Orleans. A typical second-story porch in New Orleans. The Mahalia Jackson Theatre for the Performing Arts in Louis Armstrong Park, New Orleans. The Louis Armstrong statue and Mahalia Jackson Theatre for the Performing Arts in New Orleans. A sculpture at the entrance of Louis Armstrong Park, New Orleans. The Louis Armstrong statue in New Orleans. The Cabildo building and the St. Louis Cathedral on Jackson Square in New Orleans. A typical street scene in the French Quarter of New Orleans, post-Katrina. Looking from the rooftop of the Omni Royal Orleans hotel toward the St. Louis Cathedral and Jackson Square, post-Katrina. The corner of the famous Bourbon Street and St. Peter street in the French Quarter of New Orleans. A typical French Quarter street scene. A French Quarter alley, looking toward the downtown high-rise buildings.