New Orleans State Of The United States

New Orleans is the state of United States and is a major port. It is counted as the largest metropolitan area and the city in the state of Louisiana. It is across the Mississippi River. The population of New Orleans was 1,167,765 and hence it became the forty sixth largest state. The city was named after Orleans and it had unique and distinctive French Creole Arts and architecture and multilingual heritage. It has always been referred to as ‘The Unique One’. It has unique taste and food with a mouth-watering experience. It is also called as the birthplace of jazz music. There are many annual festivities being arranged in which all the inhabitants participate fully.

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The city’s historical and architectural style has made it so distinctive. About 20 National Register Historic Districts were being established. Out of total, 13 are under the HDLC (Historic District Landmarks Commission).

Shotgun house style and bungalows are very popular even today. Other housing styles are the famous double-gallery houses, Creole cottages, Raised Center-Hall Cottages and American townhouses. There is however a low or midrise structure.

New Orleans contains many fascinated and breath-taking sites. The most popular is the French Quarter and the crazy nightlife of Bourbon Street. There are many antique and vintage shops that offer traditions of New Orleans.

More than 12 million tourists visit New Orleans every annum. The city is among the top most visited cities in US. It has also been ranked Number one position in the America’s favorite Cities. Distinguished tourist site includes the Jackson Square, French Market, St. Louis Cathedral and Preservation Hall. The French Market contains the world class cafes which include Café du Monde, Café Au Lait and Beignets. Even the cemeteries have been a source of attractions to many. The element of Elegant Decay exists in New Orleans unlike any other place. One of the best Art museums includes the New Orleans Museum of Art and Ogden Museum of Southern Art.

New Orleans U.S State

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