St. Peter Street ("Rue St. Pierre" in French) is a street in the French Quarter that intersects with Bourbon Street. No other city in the U.S. has two- and even three-story iron porches and balconies that can compare with those of New Orleans. Some of these lacy structures, such as those on St. Peter Street, were built above the sidewalks. Here is also Preservation Hall, known to many as “the house that jazz built”, with its famous Preservation Hall Jazz Band playing any evening of the year. It has been a venue for New Orleans jazz since 1961.
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