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New Orleans Central Business District at Night
USA
Night-time panorama of downtown New Orleans in an area I like to call the "parking lot district," just southeast of Loyola Avenue, where there are several large parking lots. These make for great locations to take un-interrupted panoramas of the downtown area. The parking lot I was standing in is located at the intersection of Perdido Street and Loyola Avenue. The tallest and second tallest buildings in New Orleans, One Shell Square (the tall, white building in the distance) and Place St. Charles (to the left of One Shell Square) respectively, are visible in this panorama as well as the historic Hibernia Bank Building (located in front of Place St. Charles and to the right), the rotunda of which was lit up in green, gold, and purple for Mardi Gras. On the other side of Loyola Avenue is City Hall.
Copyright: Brandon Ore
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 7304x3652
Taken: 01/03/2014
Uploaded: 13/03/2014
Updated: 10/04/2015
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Tags: new orleans; central business district; louisiana; night; nighttime
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