New Orleans Statues, Some little known? Some well Known! All have a History!

       New Orleans is a city of statues, some in unexpected places, some very well known and others almost  forgotten .  Here are a few that everyone will know and some that you may never seen.  New Orleans has more statues that any city its size in the United States and maybe the world.  That will be another blogs.  You can maybe guess why that is? You may be dead on !


    This one is at St. Elizabeth’s Condos on Napoleon Ave.  This was once an orphanage and home to Anne Rice, the vampire author.

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   This one is outside the Louisiana Super Dome remembering the soldiers who fought in Vietnam.

    P.T. Beauregard, a Civil War General outside the entrance to New Orleans City Park.


    Joan of Arc, The Maid of Orleans in the New Orleans French Quarter.  Was a gift from France to the City many years ago.

This one is in the French Market near the Mississippi River wall. I have no idea except it looks like an Indian woman sitting on a fountain. Do not know if the Mural ties into the statue or not. Your thoughts  

  Musicians on Fulton Street in the New Orleans Warehouse District 

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  1. Ashley Nelson

    hi there…i just wanted to comment/question the photo of the woman sitting on the fountain. i took a photo of this statue in 1997 and the background was different. the fountain was also in working order. i love this statue, it is my favorite-so much so, i made a painting of it. i just wanted to share that with you. Thanks

  2. Eric

    Ashley, that is neat that you know that. I am always still amazed at the things you find on the internet. I too thought it was very interesting and wondered the story behind it.

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