Louis Armstrong Park in Faubourg Treme, French Quarter, New Orleans, was created to honor the city's most famous favorite son.

Statue in Armstrong Park

Louis Armstrong Park in Faubourg Treme- French Quarter- New Orleans- was created to honor the city's most famous favorite son.

Grave Marker- Metairie Cemetery in New Orleans  (Stonewall Jackson Monument)  http://www.thefuneralsource.org/cemla.html

Grave Marker- Metairie Cemetary in New Orleans (Stonewall Jackson's grave). The great Stonewall Jackson.

New Orleans Cemetary - because New Orleans is below sea level, the graves have to be above ground

New Orleans Cemetary ~ the Cemetarys are really pretty; for our loved ones remains

The city of New Orleans removed four prominent Confederate monuments that had stood as symbols of white supremacy in that city for 133 years. This lesson uses speeches by New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu and City Councilmember Nadine Ramsey to explore the legacy of the Civil War and slavery, and how we choose to address that legacy today.

The New Orleans City Council has decided to move four Confederate monuments from prominent locations around the city. The process to remove three of the monuments — the Robert E. Lee statue at Lee Circle, the Jefferson Davis statue on Jefferson…

Magazine Street in New Orleans is a hallmark of the city that also happens to span six distinct neighborhoods.

Neighborhood Guide to Magazine Street

The miles-long street is a hallmark of the city that spans six distinct neighborhoods. See what we spotted on a recent wander down Magazine Street.

Great session with this adorable lady and her handsome fiancee. The Mother River monument at the New Orleans Riverfront / New Orleans / Louisiana / New Orleans Wedding Photographer / Oscar Rajo - Photographer / New Orleans / Louisiana / Port of New Orleans / Mississippi River / www.oscarrajo.com

Great session with this adorable lady and her handsome fiancee. The Mother River monument at the New Orleans Riverfront / New Orleans / Louisiana / New Orleans Wedding Photographer / Oscar Rajo - Photographer / New Orleans / Louisiana / Port of New Orleans / Mississippi River / www.oscarrajo.com

Joan of Arc statue (New Orleans, LA) I miss walking by her almost every day.

Joan of Arc statue (New Orleans, LA) I've seen the sister statue in Paris too.

New Orleans mayor Mitch Landrieu’s Speech on the Removal of Confederate Monuments in New Orleans

Mitch Landrieu’s Speech on the Removal of Confederate Monuments in New Orleans

New Orleans mayor Mitch Landrieu’s Speech on the Removal of Confederate Monuments in New Orleans

New Orleans cemetery  grave markers

New Orleans cemetery grave markers this mood would make for a good tattoo, in memory of some disaster personal or universal. i think who ever attemps this , they need to be great colorist .

Robert E. Lee - Lee Circle is a central traffic circle in New Orleans, Louisiana, which featured a monument to Confederate General Robert E. Lee between 1884 and 2017. It is located at the intersection of St. Charles and Howard Avenues. Prior to the erection of the monument, the location was known as Tivoli Circle or Place du Tivoli. Tivoli Circle was an important, central point in the city, as it linked upriver areas with downriver areas. It was a common local meeting point.

Robert E. Lee - Lee Circle is a central traffic circle in New Orleans, Louisiana, which featured a monument to Confederate General Robert E. Lee between 1884 and 2017. It is located at the intersection of St. Charles and Howard Avenues. Prior to the erection of the monument, the location was known as Tivoli Circle or Place du Tivoli. Tivoli Circle was an important, central point in the city, as it linked upriver areas with downriver areas. It was a common local meeting point.

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