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Old United States Mint
New Orleans, Louisiana
United States

Briefly used as a Confederate mint during the Civil War, this former U.S. Mint is now the New Orleans Jazz Museum.


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Gallatin Street
New Orleans, Louisiana
United States

Renamed French Market Place now, this quiet street hides its dangerous criminal past.


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Beauregard-Keyes House
New Orleans, Louisiana
United States

From high society to poverty to historic renovation, the story of this home mirrors the history of the French Quarter.


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Lafitte's Blacksmith Shop
New Orleans, Louisiana
United States

Used as a front for selling the stolen goods of Jean Lafitte, the well-known New Orleans pirate and hero of the Battle of New Orleans.


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Cornstalk Fence
New Orleans, Louisiana
United States

This single block of Royal St. has been home to an American princess and the King of Rock and Roll.


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Madame John's Legacy
New Orleans, Louisiana
United States

One of the oldest buildings in the Quarter, its design centers around the heat that residents endured before air conditioning.


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Orleans Ballroom
New Orleans, Louisiana
United States

The lavish Quadroon Balls held here before the U.S. Civil War were a must-see tourist stop.


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Cathedral Garden
New Orleans, Louisiana
United States

A favorite location for duels.


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St Louis Cathedral
New Orleans, Louisiana
United States

It survived a disastrous renovation in 1851 to become one of the most picturesque building in the Quarter.


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Pontalba Apartments
New Orleans, Louisiana
United States

These lovely apartments were built by the Baroness de Pontalba, who barely survived her family's intrigues.


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