This American state has French roots: it is named after King Louis de Bourbon of France – “King Sun”. But initially, Louisiana SVG was not the place where the 18th State of the United States is now. That was the name given to a large area off the coast of the Gulf of Mexico. The current Louisiana is just the southern part, which the U.S. government bought from France for $15 million! This deal was called the Louisiana Purchase.
You can spend the morning in New Orleans in the city park: rent a bicycle, or go for a walk along the alleys, or lazily lie on the lawn in the shade of 300-year-old oaks. Picturesque bridges, sculptures, lakes with swans and ducks will make you remember the camera.