== == St. Louis Cemetery. Louis Cemetery #1 is the oldest and most famous. It was opened in 1789, replacing the city's older St. Peter Cemetery (no longer in existence) as the main burial ground with a redesign of the city after a fire in 1788. It is 8 blocks from the Mississippi River, 1 block back from the French Quarter, bordering the housing project that was built over what was formerly Storyville.
There are several places that are famous in New Orleans, but the French Quarter is probably the most famous.
New Orleans is famous for Jazz.
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New Orleans is famous for it's variety of restaurants because most of them sell gumbo and jumbalia.
The most famous door store in the USA would probably be The Famous Door located in New Orleans, LA. They are in the French Quarter and are one of the many bars located in New Orleans.
The first things I think of when hearing the phrase "food in New Orleans" is jambalaya and gumbo.
the battle of new Orleans
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His famous victory was the Battle of New Orleans, 1815.
New Orleans is famous for its food, landmarks, Mardi Gras, and hurricane Katrina
Louis Armstrong was a famous singer from New Orleans. He was known as "king of jazz"
Well, the most famous battle in the War of 1812 was The New Orleans.
The Battle of New Orleans was the most famous battle of the War of 1812. General Andrew Jackson commanded the American forces in defeating the invading British army from seizing New Orleans.
The most famous Mardi Gras celebration is in New Orleans. The original Mardi Gras celebration in the United States was held about 60 miles outside of New Orleans in 1699.
New Orleans. There are other Bourbon Streets in the U.S., but the one in New Orleans is the famous one.
Louisiana is famous for the jazz music, Cajun food, and Mardi Gras celebrations in New Orleans.
its famous for mustard