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Louisiana, U.S.A.
Welcome to New Orleans, Louisiana.
With around 343,830 residents, the New Orleans is the largest city in the state. Located in southeastern Louisiana by the Mississippi River, it was named after the Duke of Orleans, who ruled as a Regent for Louis XV between 1715-1723. French settlers established New Orleans, which is very much colored by its European colonists. Today, the city is famous for its distinct French and Spanish Creole architecture and its cross-cultural and multilingual heritage, as well as the flavorful cuisine, vibrant music scene (in particular jazz), and its many celebrations and festivals. The most famous festival is the "Mardi Gras", a tradition that goes back to the French colonial times. It is not unusual to hear people refer to New Orleans as the most unique city in the United States. While the Hurricane Katrina tragically destroyed much of New Orleans, both city and national efforts have helped the community rebuild. Major tourist events and other streams of revenue have returned, which has helped the city become the thriving cultural hub it has been in the past. Once again, college footballs events like the Bayou Classic and the New Orleans Bowl are held, bringing in a great deal of visitors. In 2013, New Orleans even hosted the Super Bowl at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. Some events, like Mardi Gras and the Jazz & Heritage Festival, faithfully continued even during the worst times, which helped keep the strong community spirit intact. New Orleans remains one of the most visited cities in the United States, with over 10 million visitors arriving yearly. The city has grabbed the No.1 spot in ten categories for America's Favorite Cities by the Travel+Leisure poll. New Orleans was named as the best spring break destination in the country and features the most stylish boutique hotels, best cocktail hours and bar scenes, as well as live-music and concerts. The city also host some of the best antique and vintage shops, coffee shops and local restaurants, and is excellent for those who like people watching New Orleans attracts people from all over the world, so you'll never have a dull moment!
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