Indiana

Indiana is a state in the heart of the Midwest region of the United States. It is bordered by Ohio, Kentucky, Illinois, and Michigan. Indiana is more than a fly-over state with one large metropolitan area, rural farmland, and cozy college towns.

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Indiana regions – Color-coded map

  Central Indiana
A crescent in the center of the state surrounding the capital region, home to one of the nation’s premier science and technology universities, Purdue
  Nine-County Region
The largest in terms of population, dominated by Indianapolis. The majority of nightlife, shopping, and monuments are here.
  Northern Indiana
The second city of Fort Wayne and Notre Dame campus South Bend.
  Northwestern Indiana
The pristine Indiana Dunes on Lake Michigan bleed into the industrial Gary and further into Chicagoland.
  Southern Indiana
Home of Indiana University in Bloomington, farmland, and the large Brown County State Park border Louisville
  Southwestern Indiana
Hilly highlands and caves, on the border with Kentucky. Includes Evansville and Lincoln’s boyhood home.

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