St. Ann Street ("Rue Ste. Anne" in French) is a street in the heart of the French Quartier, forming on its lower end one of the sides of Jackson Square, a cast-iron-fenced oasis of grass and flowering trees usually full of musicians, fortune tellers, artists, jugglers and other tourist amusements. Saint Ann (also Anne or Anna) was the mother of the Virgin Mary, according to the non-canonical Gospel of James. Ann is a Greek rendering of a Hebrew name, Hannah.
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