Effects of Hurricane Katrina (August 29, 2005) in New Orleans - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Hurricane Katrina floods New Orleans - Katrina was the costliest natural disaster, as well as one of the five deadliest hurricanes, in the history of the United States.

New Orleans, US. Hurricane Katrina, parish Saint Bernard, September 2005…

Saint Bernard Parish Cemetery in New Orleans,Louisianna,USA after Hurricane Katrina,circa September 2005 by Donatien Garnier for Collectif Argos.

Six Flags New Orleans by Mengalator.deviantart.com on @deviantART

The Six Flags abandoned theme park in New Orleans, Louisiana. It closed before Hurricane Katrina struck in August 2005 and is currently owned by the City of New Orleans.

brownstone iron garden | Is this Paris France or New Orleans? It is New Orleans Louisiana

{Maison LeMonnier, French Quarter, New Orleans Gorgeous photography by Pompo Bresciani} house of the rising sun photoshoot in Nola

Hurricane Katrina destroyed Six Flags Louisiana

Eerie Images of Abandoned Six Flags in New Orleans. Don't Read This Before Bed

"Abandoned since the Hurricane Katrina struck the city in The park was flooded for weeks after the disaster. Abandoned since the Hurricane Katrina struck the city in The park was flooded for weeks after the disaster.

New Orleans French Quarter, first of many places we lived for about a month while hubby did work there in our newly wed days during our very first year

New Orleans~ French Quarter. I've been to New Orleans and I love the romance, the food, the music and the people. I especially love the French Quarter! I want go back again and again!

St. Louis Cathedral... French Quarter 2013, New Orleans. Been here in mid 70's while in AF. . Great time

Jackson Square in New Orleans, Louisiana. In the background is the Saint Louis Cathedral. This is in the French Quarter.

A New Orleans home. The stucco-surfaced building, formerly one of Torres’s boutique hotels, is frosted with cast-iron filigree.

A Historic Greek Revival Residence in New Orleans Is Refreshed to Embody a Sleek and Sophisticated Space

JAZZLAND/SIX FLAGS NEW ORLEANS, NEW ORLEANS. Flooded by Hurricane Katrina in August 2005

The Surreal Remains of Six Flags New Orleans - Photo Essays

The Big Easy--decadent old place; I do love it.  Cried when Katrina's wrath caused havoc on New Orleans.  As bad as it was, if there's anything to be glad of--at least it did not destroy the old historic French Quarter or the lovely Garden District. (slj)

The Big Easy--decadent old place; I do love it. Cried when Katrina's wrath caused havoc on New Orleans. As bad as it was, if there's anything to be glad of--at least it did not destroy the old historic French Quarter or the lovely Garden District.

This abandoned beauty in New Orleans is the result of Hurricane Katrina and the floods.  Very sad.  It was obviously an incredible home.

New Orleans anatomy of a manor. On General Taylor Street. This is a result of Hurricane Katrina and the flood.just around the corner from my house I just love love LOVE and miss Uptown New Orleans

After Seeing These 38 Abandoned Places, I Was Covered In Goosebumps! #34 Is Terrifying!

After Seeing These 38 Abandoned Places, I Was Covered In Goosebumps! #34 Is Terrifying!

Banksy New Orleans

Rain Girl: September by Banksy in New Orleans. Exactly three years after Hurricane Katrina, Banksy showed up in New Orleans. He left his mark around the city, providing stenciled commentary on the post-Katrina days.

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