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St Louis Cemetery

The cemeteries in New Orleans are known for the eery way in which the living and the dead interact.

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The French Quarter
Famous for its nightlife, jazz music, and food, the historic French Quarter is the first stop on most travelers' to-do list!
Louis Armstrong Park
Sprawling over 32 acre in the center of the city, Louis Armstrong Park is one of the city's greatest gathering places.
Congo Square
Once a place where slaves gathered to socialize on their day off, the square honors the African-American history of the city.
Bourbon Street
Arguably one of the most famous streets in America, Bourbon Street fills with people every day, but none as much as during Mardi Gras.
Marie Laveau
The New Orleans Voodoo Queen was a freewoman born in the French Quarter. She is buried at St Louis Cemetery #1.
Dr John - Voodoo King
A free African American man, Dr John was a slave owner who claimed to be Senegalese royalty. He was a wealthy fortune teller, who specialized in lifting and placing curses.

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