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The Louisiana is a city which consists of rich and very colorful with historical background. Louisiana was a French crown colony in the year 1731. It was ceded to Spain in the year if 1763 after the war of Indian and French. It was revert in 1800 to France which was sold by Napoleon to the U.S. in the year 1803. The southern part of the city of Louisiana is also known as territory of Orleans and it becomes the state of Louisiana in 1812. The Louisiana state become a popular tourist spot. The major draw is New Orleans which is known fully for the picturesque French Quarter and the annual Mardi gras celebration, held since 1838.
The most famous neighborhood is the French Quater which is New Orleans' oldest. The New Orleans' French Quarter is much beautiful buildings date backed as far as 300 years and many of the iron balconies which extend over the tourist-filled sidewalks below. The tourist flock to the New Orleans' French Quarter for the shopping, dining, sightseeing and also entertainment, the area was fully packed during the annual Mardis Gras celebrations.
The National WWII Museum was located in New Orleans that gives a depth look at every aspect of the conflict to the visitors, from the ground war in Europe with the challenges of battle at sea and in the air.
In Louisiana's annual calendar is the biggest event that is Mardi Gras celebration that takes a special place in New Orleans. This annual colorful event is a huge undertaking with balls, parade and street celebrations like none other.
In Natchitoches the Melrose Plantation was the first which is known as Yucca Plantation when this was belonged to Marie therese and Claude Thomas pierre metoyer, frred slaves. Yucca House, found ont the grounds which was built in the year of 1790.
There are 81 public airports, Louisiana has three major international airports, Those are Alexandria International Airport at Alexandria (The airport was originally known as Moisant Field, and it is also called Louis Armstrong International Airport and also New Orleans International Airport.), Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport at New Orleans and the Chennault International Airport at Lake Charles. The Louisiana airports gives excellent service by their technology which is very customer friendly. Let's take a look at other airports, Baton Rouge Metropolitan Airport ( Baton Rouge Metropolitan Airport also called Ryan Field,), Shreveport Regional Airport, Lafayette Regional Airport, Monroe Regional Airport.
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