When Hurricane Katrina severely damaged New Orleans. A decade later, the vibe in the still-recovering city is one of positivity — which street artist Kelsey Montague’s newly opened interactive mural in downtown New Orleans 100 percent promotes.

When Hurricane Katrina severely damaged New Orleans. A decade later, the vibe in the still-recovering city is one of positivity — which street artist Kelsey Montague’s newly opened interactive mural in downtown New Orleans 100 percent promotes.

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Brulatour Courtyard, New Orleans French Quarter Art, Stretched Canvas or Print, New Orleans Art, by New Orleans Artist Dianne Parks

Brulatour Courtyard, New Orleans French Quarter Art, Stretched Canvas or Print, New Orleans Art, by New Orleans Artist Dianne Parks

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I want to get away to the Audubon Cottages in New Orleans! New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Fesitval Posters - 1976

I want to get away to the Audubon Cottages in New Orleans! New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Fesitval Posters - 1976

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Marie Laveau was the Voodoo Queen of New Orleans. There is a gumbo of legend here, in fact, that she never died, but that her spirit resides in the selected female descendants in Her Secret Society. Laveau's faithful are awaiting her return.

Marie Laveau was the Voodoo Queen of New Orleans. There is a gumbo of legend here, in fact, that she never died, but that her spirit resides in the selected female descendants in Her Secret Society. Laveau's faithful are awaiting her return.

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New Orleans Lakefront Airport.  Shushan Airport, now known as the New Orleans Lakefront Airport, was a celebrated terminus built in Art Deco style in 1938. Under the direction of Governor Huey P. Long stalwart Abe Shushan, the Orleans Levee Board built it at a cost of $3 million on a filled-in area of Lake Pontchartrain in New Orleans. It was the first combined land and seaplane terminal in the world.

New Orleans Lakefront Airport. Shushan Airport, now known as the New Orleans Lakefront Airport, was a celebrated terminus built in Art Deco style in 1938. Under the direction of Governor Huey P. Long stalwart Abe Shushan, the Orleans Levee Board built it at a cost of $3 million on a filled-in area of Lake Pontchartrain in New Orleans. It was the first combined land and seaplane terminal in the world.

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New Orleans Second Line by Bob Graham

New Orleans Second Line by Bob Graham

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Henri Cartier-Bresson // USA. Louisiana, 1947 -  New Orleans. A Cajun family near the French market.

Henri Cartier-Bresson // USA. Louisiana, 1947 - New Orleans. A Cajun family near the French market.

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St. Peter & Royal in the French Quarter, New Orleans

St. Peter & Royal in the French Quarter, New Orleans

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New Orleans Jazz

New Orleans Jazz

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tanner art trees new orleans - Amazing art and I loved visiting when I was in New Orleans

tanner art trees new orleans - Amazing art and I loved visiting when I was in New Orleans

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