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Some of the best Christmas decorations in New Orleans are meant to show off the architecture of historic homes. Many of the best examples are on historic St. Charles Avenue heading into the Garden District.
This wonderful home on St. Charles features lighted wreaths and the entrance of the house is flanked by two large Nutcrackers.
This home in the Garden District, near the famous Commander's Palace restaurant, is simple, elegant and shows off the tree inside really nicely.
This cafe and bar on Magazine Street did a really nice job with its balcony lights.
The Hotel Le Cirque, located off Lee Circle, has the entire face of the hotel lit up to look like a Christmas Tree. It alternates between two different color phases of Green and Red and looks quite spectacular from the street.
This private home on Magazine Street features an animated waving Santa Claus as well as a full sized Grinch riding a Harley Davidson.
Here's another classic home.
Another house on Magazine, with playful color combinations on the porch.
The symmetrical arrangement of lights and decorations on this house are extremely attractive.
This majestic house on St. Charles did some great work on their lawn and showcasing the architecture.