Our tour guide saved our visit to the cemetery. The one-hour tour was originally scheduled to be turned into a two-and-a-half-hour tour, because our tour guide Arthur knows most of the attractions and talks endlessly. The other tour groups seem to have passed by in a hurry.
Just like what Nicholas Cage did before, hurry up to play and watch before being destroyed by him. It looks really cool here, Mary Laveau’s three-generation cemetery is here, and there are many cool people (except Nicolas Cage) buried here.
Visiting the cemetery is a great way to better understand New Orleans. This is the place where the dead are buried, family funerals are held, there are cisterns, the history of the disease, the characters (Nora has always been in their hearts) and witchcraft. What else do you ask for? ?
The burial culture in New Orleans is quite interesting. I followed the guide to visit the cemetery and learned a lot of strange customs and regulations. The famous one is the tomb of the voodoo queen.
Cemetery No. 1 is the largest structure, the entire cemetery includes several components of the project, and there are many tourists here.