Tremé is an old historically African-American and Créole neighborhood of , just "back" from the . The Tremé is famous for its music, and has some attractions, music venues, and small inexpensive hotels.
Photo: Infrogmation, CC BY 2.5.

Notable Places in the Area

is an open space, now within Louis Armstrong Park, which is located in the Tremé neighborhood of New Orleans, Louisiana, just across Rampart Street north of the . Photo: Mr. Littlehand, CC BY 2.0.

is a 32-acre park located in the Tremé neighborhood of , , just across Rampart Street from the . Photo: Jason Riedy, CC BY 2.0.

The is a museum in New Orleans, Tremé neighborhood, founded by Sylvester Francis. Photo: Infrogmation, CC BY 2.5.

The in , , is located in the historic Tremé neighborhood, the oldest-surviving black community in the United States.

Localities in the Area

The is the oldest and most famous and visited neighborhood of . Photo: Lars Plougmann, CC BY-SA 2.0.

The , commonly just Marigny, is a hip neighborhood just "below" the . Photo: Infrogmation, CC BY 2.5.

Way down yonder in , you'll find the roots of jazz and a blossoming culture that is unlike anything else on Earth. Photo: briangratwicke, CC BY 2.0.


29.9667° or 29° 58' 0.3" north
-90.0681° or 90° 4' 5.2" west
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Also Known As

  • Dutch: Tremé
  • English: Faubourg Treme
  • English: Faubourg Tremé
  • English: Treme
  • French: Tremé
  • German: Treme
  • German: Tremé
  • Hebrew: ניו אורלינס/טרהמה
  • Japanese: トレメ
  • Korean: 트레메
  • Persian: تریمه
  • South Azerbaijani: ترمه

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