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  • 1. LOUISIANA
  • 2.
    • Louisiana has a humid subtropical
  • 3.
    • It is one of the states that conform the United States located in the South region of the country, on the delta of the Mississippi river.
  • 4.
    • The state of Louisiana counts on a population of 4.287.768 people
  • 5.
    • A low country on the Gulf coastal plain and the Mississippi alluvial plain, Louisiana rises in uplands near Arkansas .The rainy coast country contains marshes and fertile delta lands; inland there are rolling pine hills and prairies.
  • 6.
    • Main cities:
    • New Orleans
    • Alexandria
    • Hammond
    • New Iberia
  • 7. Alexandria Ii is a metropolitan area in central Louisiana that covers two parishes
  • 8.
    • Hammond is the largest city in Tangipahoa Parish, Louisiana.
  • 9. New Iberia
  • 10. Baton rouge skyline
    • It is a community foundation dedicated to enhancing the quality of life in Louisiana's capital region.
  • 11. Lafayette
    • It is a census-designated place (CDP) in Montgomery Country,Virgina.
  • 12.
    • New Orleans is the biggest city of the state of Louisiana.
  • 13.
    • Lake Charles is the fifth largest city in the US state of Louisiana
  • 14.
    • New Orleans Landmarks and Monuments: Garden District Houses
    The Garden District is home to glorious mansions and exquisite gardens that once belonged to the city's aristocracy
  • 15.
    • Old Ursuline Convent
    Old Ursuline Convent is the oldest building in Louisiana, built in 1734 upon the orders of Louis XV of France, and it is the only remaining building left over from the French Colonial Period in the country.
  • 16.
    • Lafayette Cemetery
    New Orleans is famous for its cemeteries that consist of spooky above ground tombs that helped inspire the legends and stories surrounding voodoo and vampires
  • 17.
    • This impressive state museum displays local folk art and architectural exhibits. Madame John's Legacy is one of the few surviving building of the devastating 1795 fires and is now a well preserved Creole home registered as a National Historic Landmark.
    Madame John's Legacy
  • 18. Old US
    • The Old US Mint was built in 1838 and it is the only building to have served as both a national and confederate mint. Its stately walls now enclose the Newcomb College of Art and a popular jazz museum, with exhibits .
  • 19. Cabildo
    • The Cabildo was completed at the turn of the 18th century and originally acted as
    • the seat of the Spanish Government in New Orleans. The building was restored
    • after a 1988 fire by French artisans using traditional techniques and is now a major
    • part of the Louisiana State Museum, documenting extensively the state's history
  • 20. Crysler's Farm Monument, near Morrisburg
    • Nearby, the Memorial Garden Wall is built from brick and stone, salvaged from the flooded area of the St. Lawrence Valley. The tombstones of early settlers are set in its walls.
  • 21.
    • Live Oak Tree Hammond , Louisiana
  • 22. Louisiana sports
    • Football
    • Baseball
    • Basketball
    • Horse Racing
    • Motor Sports
    • Soccer
  • 23.  
  • 24.
    • The Katrina hurricane was a great hurricane that reached category 5 of the hurricane scale of Saffir-Simpson, the winds reached more than 280 kilometers per hour and caused great damage in the coastal part of the south of New Orleans
  • 25.
    • A rare unit of pink dolphin bottle tip was found in the lake of Louisiana