How Well Do You Know New Orleans?

How Much do You Know About the Big Easy?
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Question 1/12

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Which general is honored with a statue in the heart of the French Quarter?
Stonewall Jackson
Andrew Jackson
Dwight Eisenhower
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Question 2/12

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The Cafe du Monde, which has been operating since the 1800s, is famous for serving what New Orleans specialty?
Jambalaya
Gumbo
Beignets
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Preservation Hall is famous for what kind of musical performances?
Blues
Jazz
Gospel
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New Orleans is often associated with what religion?
Voodoo
Zoroastrianism
Buddhism
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In the early 1900s, New Orleans had a notorious red-light district known as:
Storyville
Little Amsterdam
Little Paris
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New Orleans is famous for its Mardi Gras celebration. Mardi Gras marks the beginning of what season?
Lent
Christmas
Easter
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Question 7/12

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In 2005, flooding from Hurricane Katrina devastated what part of the city?
Garden District
Lower Ninth Ward
French Quarter
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Question 8/12

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Which author immortalized the city in the play "A Streetcar Named Desire"?
Tennessee Williams
Arthur Miller
Stanley Kowalski
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Which musician famously sang "Do You Know What it Means to Miss New Orleans"?
Cab Calloway
Duke Ellington
Louis Armstrong
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Question 10/12

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New Orleans sits below sea level and is surrounded by three bodies of water: the Mississippi River, the Gulf of Mexico and:
Yazoo River
Lake Pontchartrain
Lake Chartres
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Question 11/12

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New Orleans's professional football team is known as the:
Kings
Saints
Lords
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Question 12/12

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What classic movie was filmed, in part, in one of the famous cemeteries of New Orleans?
On the Waterfront
Easy Rider
Cool Hand Luke
Result
Don't fret. Have a bowl of gumbo and read up on New Orleans. It's a fascinating place.

C+, Maybe The Big Easy Is A Little Hard

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You really know your way around the Crescent City! Bet you can cook a mean pot of jambalaya, too!

B+, Head To Pat O'Brien's To Celebrate

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Head on down to Bourbon Street! They having a parade in your honor!

A+, Laissez Le Bon Temps Rouler

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1
Which general is honored with a statue in the heart of the French Quarter?
Stonewall Jackson
Andrew Jackson
Dwight Eisenhower
2
The Cafe du Monde, which has been operating since the 1800s, is famous for serving what New Orleans specialty?
Jambalaya
Gumbo
Beignets
3
Preservation Hall is famous for what kind of musical performances?
Blues
Jazz
Gospel
4
New Orleans is often associated with what religion?
Voodoo
Zoroastrianism
Buddhism
5
In the early 1900s, New Orleans had a notorious red-light district known as:
Storyville
Little Amsterdam
Little Paris
6
New Orleans is famous for its Mardi Gras celebration. Mardi Gras marks the beginning of what season?
Lent
Christmas
Easter
7
In 2005, flooding from Hurricane Katrina devastated what part of the city?
Garden District
Lower Ninth Ward
French Quarter
8
Which author immortalized the city in the play "A Streetcar Named Desire"?
Tennessee Williams
Arthur Miller
Stanley Kowalski
9
Which musician famously sang "Do You Know What it Means to Miss New Orleans"?
Cab Calloway
Duke Ellington
Louis Armstrong
10
New Orleans sits below sea level and is surrounded by three bodies of water: the Mississippi River, the Gulf of Mexico and:
Yazoo River
Lake Pontchartrain
Lake Chartres
11
New Orleans's professional football team is known as the:
Kings
Saints
Lords
12
What classic movie was filmed, in part, in one of the famous cemeteries of New Orleans?
On the Waterfront
Easy Rider
Cool Hand Luke