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A balcony is decorated for Mardi Gras and beads hang from an oak tree, January 14, 2017, on Dauphin Street in downtown Mobile, Alabama. Mobile considers itself the home of the nation’s first Mardi Gras, dating back to 1703. The official colors of Mardi Gras are green, purple, and gold, representing faith, justice, and power. (Photo by Carmen K. Sisson/Cloudybright)
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A balcony is decorated for Mardi Gras and beads hang from an oak tree, January 14, 2017, on Dauphin Street in downtown Mobile, Alabama. Mobile considers itself the home of the nation’s first Mardi Gras, dating back to 1703. The official colors of Mardi Gras are green, purple, and gold, representing faith, justice, and power. (Photo by Carmen K. Sisson/Cloudybright)