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    19. February 2019 at 8:37 pm

    When we think about Louisiana the first thing that comes to our mind is its annual Mardis Gras celebrations and excellent entertainment. Besides that, Believe me, there are a lot more thing to explore about Louisiana.

    At first, we can start with its geography. Louisiana shares land borders with Texas, Arkansas, and Mississippi. Louisiana is the 31st-largest state, it was named in honor of King Louis XIV. The united states buy it from France for $15 million dollars in 1803. Maybe that’s why we see a different legal system and culture in Louisiana which is uncommon in other states in the USA. It still retains its old tradition which is derived from France. For example, it’s the only state in the UK which still acts under the Napoleonic code, which comes from the original French emperor’s civil code.

    Also, when it’s the turns to talking about Louisiana’s weather, If you are lucky enough while you visit Louisiana, you can meet four different seasons in a few days. Because the weather in Louisiana is really too unpredictable. The first day of your visit may become a sunny day and the second can turns into a wet and windy day.while visiting Louisiana don’t forget to enjoy the taste of famous crawfish. Are you a person with much different passion? then Louisiana is the best place for you!it’s a state with so much diversity, in week-long trip in Louisiana you can meet up with different types of food, history, culture, and nature.

    But it is also common to have a dilemma about where to live after going to such a beautiful place. So, that’s why here I add a list of 15 awesome places to live in Louisiana

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    Tour Rajasthan
    14. September 2018 at 10:50 am

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    Raju Gurung
    14. July 2018 at 4:30 am

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    Praise Flores
    12. February 2018 at 11:19 am

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    Georgia Davies
    11. August 2017 at 1:53 pm

    Hi There,
    I’ve created an infographic featuring some 10 interesting but lesser-known facts about the Lake District and wondered if you’d be interested in publishing it? Parts of the area are well-known to many but it’s good to know it still holds so many surprises!
    You can view the graphic here:
    If you’re able to publish on your site, there’s some embed codes at the bottom of the graphic to make that extra easy.
    Kind Regards,

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    charlie tang
    29. August 2013 at 11:14 am

    Nice blog, big fan!

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