Welcome to Louisiana
Welcome To Louisiana, the 18th state! Join the adventure and visit lovely Louisiana. Louisiana's culture roots from their history that begun a long time ago! Louisiana has lots of fun activities, and tourists attractions. There are also many famous people born in Louisiana. For example, comedian, Ellen DeGeneres and musician, Louis Armstrong. Louisiana is located in the northern western hemisphere. Arkansas, Mississippi, and Texas border lovely Louisiana. If you visit, you will see lots of cultures, especially during Mardi Gras. Most of Louisiana has a hot, humid, subtropical climate; it is one of the wettest states. The state's location at the mouth of the Mississippi River on the Gulf of Mexico is very favorable and has played an important role in the state's development. You may also know Louisiana's nickname, "The Pelican State". It is called the Pelican state because there are many pelicans in Louisiana.
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Louisiana is the 18th state to be added into the U.S.A, Including to this website I will show you many famous people, history, places, geography, and some facts about me and of course, Louisiana! I hope you like my website. Because of its location, Louisiana has the world's busiest port system and is one of the most important trading states. The state is linked with the center of the country as well as places across the sea by its water route. The Mississippi River has made Baton Rouge, the state's capital, an important inland port. Most of the country's petroleum and grain is shipped from New Orleans, the state's largest city. In fact, New Orleans handles a lot of capacity than any other United States port. The Mississippi River has played an important role in Louisiana's economic success for other reasons. The water along the state's coast produces a quarter of all the fish caught in the United States; only Alaska has larger fisheries. Louisiana leads the nation in the production of crayfish and shrimp. Louisiana produces many things. It's a leading producer of forest products, furs, and minerals including oil, natural gas, sulfur, and salt. In fact, the state is the leading producer of natural gas in the country and a large part of its economy is dependent upon its mineral resources. Louisiana has more than 90 chemical plants that manufacture one-fourth of the country's petrochemicals and 12 major refineries that have produced 10 billion gallons of gas. Louisiana's farms produce a good amount of the country's rice, cotton, soybeans, sweet potatoes, and pecans. The state is also a very important part of the United States space program. The C-5 boosters used in the Apollo moon-landing program were made in Louisiana. In New Orleans, there is an enormous facility for making the gigantic external fuel tanks for space shuttles.