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French Quarter

French Quarter

The oldest neighborhood in New Orleans is also it’s most famous neighborhood. Established in 1718 along the Mississippi River, the French Quarter was nearly destroyed in two fires in the late 1700s. Most of the French architecture was destroyed and a large part of the Modern Day French Quarter is built from Spanish architecture due to the Spanish occupation in the city at the time.

The French Quarter is the only part of the city that Creole Townhouses can be found. It has the most historic landmarks of the city including Jackson Square, the French Market, the Ursuline Convent, St. Louis Cathedral and the famous Bourbon Street.

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