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The Port of New Orleans is one of the busiest ports in the United States and is a major hub for both domestic and international trade. It is located at the mouth of the Mississippi River and is home to the oldest continuously operating port in the United States. The port is the sixth largest port in the United States by cargo volume and is responsible for handling over 120 million tons of cargo annually. This includes everything from oil and gas to agricultural commodities to manufactured goods. The port is also a major tourist destination and offers a wide variety of attractions such as the French Quarter, the National World War II Museum, and the Riverwalk Outlets, which are all must-see attractions. The port is also home to the Port of New Orleans Cruise Terminal, which is the busiest and largest in the United States.