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The Riverwalk along the Mississippi River
New Orleans, Louisiana


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The Outlet Collection at Riverwalk

The Outlet Collection at Riverwalk

This is an outlet mall, something not usually seen in a downtown area. It was built after the 1984 World's Fair closed down, on land originally occupied by wharf warehouses. In 1996 a cargo ship rammed right into it and got stuck there for a month.

Riverwalk, at the foot of Poydras Street, New Orleans, Louisiana

Date photographed: November 14, 2015
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Creole Queen steamboat at the Riverwalk

Creole Queen steamboat at the Riverwalk

Smaller than the Natchez, the Creole Queen also gives tours of the Mississippi plus nearby bayous and canals. Inland can be seen the Plaza d'Italia and the semi-derelict World Trade Center.

Riverwalk near the foot of Poydras Street, Louisiana

Date photographed: November 14, 2015
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The New Orleans World Trade Center

The New Orleans World Trade Center

Originally the International Trade Mart, this 33-story building used to have a revolving rooftop bar named simply "360". The massive landmark building is currently empty and obviously deteriorating while its future is debated - to demolish or renovate it.

2 Canal Street, New Orleans, Louisiana

Date photographed: November 14, 2015
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Algiers Ferry dock at the foot of Canal Street

Algiers Ferry dock at the foot of Canal Street

The ferry across the MIssissippi River to Algiers is a good way to experience the great river. The terminal is situated at the foot of Canal Street next to the Aquarium.

Canal Street Ferry Terminal, New Orleans, Louisiana

Date photographed: November 14, 2015
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Audubon Aquarium of the Americas in New Orleans

Audubon Aquarium of the Americas in New Orleans

With a great location right on the Mississippi River and world class exhibits, this is the place to take kids in New Orleans. It has interpretive sections for the Mississippi River, the Gulf of Mexico, an Amazon rain forest, and a Caribbean reef.

On the Riverwalk, New Orleans, Louisiana

Date photographed: November 14, 2015
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Monument to the Immigrant

Monument to the Immigrant

This Carrara marble statue represents Hope, facing the river, and a family of immigrants, facing the French Quarter. It is one of several sculptures in Woldenburg Park on the Mississippi River levee.

Woldenburg Riverfront Park, New Orleans, Louisiana

Date photographed: November 14, 2015
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