French Quarter

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French Quarter

The oldest section of New Orleans, Louisiana, known for its French and Spanish colonial architecture and its lively nightlife. Its French name is Vieux Carré ("Old Square").
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Yet away from the strip clubs and cheesy college bars, there are still gems to be found, not least Lafitte's Blacksmith Shop.
Napoleon House: This scruffy 1797 building could challenge Lafitte's Blacksmith Shop for the title of French Quarter establishment with the most character.
The tour also stops at Lafitte's Blacksmith Shop, a cottage built in the 1770s that, according to legend, was a front for the pirate's stolen goods and slave-smuggling operation.
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