Founded in 1718, this city remains one of the most unique of all American cities. The city began after being built by French colonists, but later was taken over by Spain by the mid-18th century. By 1801, it reverted to French control, and two years later was sold to the United States as part of the Louisiana Purchase. Today, “The Big Easy” is a veritable mélange of indigenous, African, Caribbean, French, Spanish and American cultures. Its musical, artistic and culinary history is unparalleled anywhere else in the country.
Presentation of the Arrorró Live Bit: Pflasterspektakel artists give live renditions of lullabies together with singers in Argentina.
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According to the local newspaper the Times-Picayune, New Orleans is attracting young entrepreneurs who are eager to help the city get back on its feet. In fact, the article notes that the American business magazine Forbes listed NOLA as eighth (of ten)…More →