5 most beautiful Places To Visit In New Orleans, Louisiana

Besides a thriving music scene, New Orleans is known for its mouth-watering Cajun food. 

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French Quarter

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Frenchmen Street, where you can hear quality jazz musicians performing traditional music, is the perfect place.

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Mardi Gras

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Bourbon Street, one of the most popular areas for people to gather, is packed. But the French Quarter itself is always crowded.

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Jackson Square 

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It includes the Riverboat Docks, the Moon Walk promenade, the Millhouse, and many other shops.

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St. Louis Cathedral 

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Don Andres Almonester de Roxas, an American who donated money to rebuild New Orleans from the aftermath of the second great flood, built the church.

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National WWII Museum

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Although the National WWII Museum focuses on D-Day, it has become a Smithsonian Institution affiliate.

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