Accolades Published February 6th, 2012 ACCESS PRESS KIT & LOGOS

Romantic New Orleans: The Big Easy casts its Spell

Our destination is City Park, one of the nation’s largest urban parks and home to the biggest collection of mature live oaks on the planet. In the 19th century, these trees were a favored location for duels among the Creole elite over amorous insults real and imagined. Today, their expansive, moss-drizzled branches are a popular setting for wedding photos - and, in the free Besthoff Sculpture Garden next to the New Orleans Museum of Art, they form a backdrop for more than 60 works by such artists as Henry Moore and Fernando Botero.

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