To understand New Orleans, it is necessary to look at her geographically: wedged on the majestic delta of the powerful Mississippi. Like any other city sitting on river deltas, her relationship with water is not linear (longitudinal as in coastal cities, transversal as in fluvial cities); rather it is complex and deep. Water appears where you least expect it, sweet and salty at the same time like her food, precious and painful like her story, with a beginning and end like her parades.
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|Stato di pubblicazione||Published - 2019|