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Built in 1825, the Old Absinthe House, a New Orleans landmark, silently awaits the evening's enthusiastic patrons. This is historic Bourbon Street, named after the ruling family of France—the House of Bourbon—in the heart of New Orleans’ oldest neighborhood, the French Quarter. A fire destroyed many of the buildings in 1788, and the area was rebuilt in Spanish-style architecture, giving the street a distinctive mélange of cultural influences.
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