French Market, New Orleans, Louisiana
Photo from an old postcard.
From the back of the postcard: Interwoven with history, romance and tradition, the French Market is one the most colorful food markets in the world. A heritage from the days of trade with the Indians, recorded history says the original market was erected in 1813. Although rebuilt, the basic Spanish Colonial and Roman Gothic characteristics have been preserved in the arcaded structure of stuccoed brick, low broad columns and heavy slated roof.
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