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The southern state of Louisiana was formed mostly from sediment washed down the Mississippi River into the Gulf of Mexico, leaving enormous deltas and vast areas of coastal marsh and swamp, and the southern coast of Louisiana in the United States is among the fastest-disappearing areas in the world. Its location and geology give the state a high biological diversity.  Louisiana has the most classic example of a humid subtropical climate out of all the Southcentral states due to its proximity to the Gulf of Mexico, and the state has seen its fair share of hurricanes throughout history.  Louisiana has characteristically long, hot, humid summers and short, mild winters, with rain occurring frequently throughout the year.

Get ready to be absorbed in the great heritage Louisiana offers its citizens. The Bayou State’s multicultural, multilingual identity is strongly influenced by a mixture of 18th-century French, Spanish, Native American, and African cultures, giving it a unique identity that sets it apart from other U. S. states.  This is in part due to Louisiana being colonized by the French and the Spanish before being purchased as a United States territory in 1803.  It is worth noting that the state has more Native American tribes than any other southern state.

Louisiana has a variety of interesting locations for you to choose as your new home.  The Port of South Louisiana, located on the Mississippi River between New Orleans and Baton Rouge, is the largest volume shipping port in the Western Hemisphere and 4th largest in the world.  Louisiana also hosts many important cultural events which play an important role in the state’s economy.  Some notable people from Louisiana include Louis Armstrong, Ellen DeGeneres, Peyton Manning, and Jared Leto.

The state capital, Baton Rouge, is located on the banks of the Mississippi River.  It is the second largest city in the state.  Baton Rouge is the furthest inland port on the river that can accommodate ocean-going tankers and cargo carriers.  The city enjoys a strong economy that has helped the city be ranked as one of the "Top 10 Places for Young Adults" in 2010 by Portfolio Magazine.

New Orleans is one of the top ten most visited cities in the United States.  Here you can find the French Quarter, Mardi Gras celebrations, stylish boutique hotels, bar scenes, live music, antique and vintage shops, coffee bars, and neighborhood restaurants.  There are also various points of interest in the surrounding areas.  Contact Allied today and we’ll help you come home to Louisiana.