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Louisiana is bordered to the west by [[Texas]], to the north by [[Arkansas]], to the east by the state of [[Mississippi]], and to the south by the Gulf of Mexico.
Louisiana is bordered to the west by [[Texas]], to the north by [[Arkansas]], to the east by the state of [[Mississippi]], and to the south by the Gulf of Mexico.
{{warningbox|As of May 2011, some parts of Louisiana are experiencing flooding due to unusually high water on the Mississippi River and connected waterways. While major cities such as New Orleans and Baton Rouge are protected by a system of levees and spillways and are considered '''safe''', some rural areas and small towns, especially along the Atchafalaya Basin in Acadiana, are experiencing or expected to experience '''flooding'''. Check on current local conditions in advance if planning to visit these areas.}}

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