New Orleans, Louisiana, Gallier Hall, c1910

Gallier Hall stands at the heart of Mardi Gras tradition. The Greek Revival building, designed by famed architect James Gallier Sr., served as the New Orleans city hall for more than 100 years. Though city hall relocated in the 1950s, brass bands still play every Mardi Gras to throngs of parade-goers gathered on the buildingļæ½s steps and overflowing into Lafayette Square.

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New Orleans, Louisiana, Gallier Hall, c1910

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