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Decatur Street

Decatur Street is a street in New Orleans, Louisiana, USA. Named after Stephen Decatur (d. 1820), this street near the Mississippi River in the French Quarter was formerly known as Levee Street or Rue de la Levée. It starts at Canal Street (the corresponding street is Magazine, above Canal St.), runs across the French Quarter roughly parallel to the Mississippi River, and comes to its terminus at St. Ferdinand Street in the Faubourg Marigny neighborhood.

The most famous sights on Decatur Street are Jackson Square and nearby Café du Monde...

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Jackson Square

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Pirate Alley

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Trashy Diva

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