New Orleans, Louisiana, Along Royal Street, c1895

When Adrien de Pauger�s original plan for New Orleans was drawn up in the early 18th century, Rue Royale�or Royal Street�was nearest to the Mississippi River waterfront. Throughout the city�s history, the street had been dedicated to shipping-related commerce. When many of the buildings were replaced after fires in the late 1700s, the new Spanish style buildings, with front rooms opening onto the street, were ideal for developing shops and storefronts.

New Orleans

New Orleans, Louisiana, Along Royal Street, c1895

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