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St. Charles Avenue


Here frame houses with ample galleries are the norm. Closer to the river, more modest shotguns built to house 19th century workers are steadily being refurbished, insuring that this premier urban residential neighborhood for over a century will continue its legacy of gracious living.


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Elms Mansion


It has 10 bedrooms 12 bathrooms. A guest house, A pool and is backed up against the River. With much room to hunt game and avoid human detection. By leading into the swamp built in 1869 by Lewis D. Reynolds. The home was originally owned by Captain Watson Van Benthuysen, II, President of the Streetcar Company.


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Maple Leaf Bar

Originally a chess and music club (a couple of chess tables are still on the premises) and later famed as the site of respectively, poetry readings and some of pianist James Booker's most incendiary recitals, the Maple Leaf is still the place to go if you're craving funky New Orleans music (brass bands, blues and funk, usually) that sometimes doesn't cease until sunrise. A patio provides somewhat fresh air.
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Ashe Cultural Arts Center

Aiming to revive and reclaim a historically-significant corridor of in Central City, Ashe Cultural Arts Center is a gathering place for emerging and established artists to create and present their works.
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The Audubon Zoo


Audubon Zoo is a New Orleans landmark and a living museum filled with some of the rarest and most beautiful creatures of nature. There have been animals at this site since the 1884 World Exposition in Audubon Park. Today, Audubon Zoo is 58 acres of animals in their natural habitats. The Zoo consistently ranks among this country's best.


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