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Marion CountyIndianapolis, Indiana

Soldiers and Sailors Monument, also known to Hoosiers as 'The Circle'.

Indianapolis is the capital city of the U.S. state of Indiana, and also the county seat of Marion County. As of the 2010 census, the city's population is 829,718. Click on the link below to learn about all the fun things to do in Indianapolis!

Indianapolis is an urban community that offers many things to do in order to make it a great place to live, work, and play.

Watch this video to see some more sights of Indianapolis.

The size of Indianapolis is just about perfect.! It's big enough to offer all the choices, diversions, and amenities one expects in a big city, yet small enough to make getting around manageable, while keeping a sense of home and community. Indianapolis is a city made of people from many cultures. Festivals and educational events throughout the year celebrate these cultures and nationalities and help us to better understand and appreciate each other.Housing is reasonable, compared to other urban areas, and there are many different housing choices downtown. It is easy to get around Indianapolis, and the city provides an efficient bus system to take you whwrever you need to go! Indianapolis takes the fine arts seriously, and numerous theatres, venues, museums, and organizations ensure that there's no lack of culture here. Whether your interest lies in art, music, history, you name it -- Indy's got you covered.

The Indianapolis 500, known as the Greatest Spectacle in Racing, takes place every May in Indianapolis

The Canal Walk is theperfect gem of downtown culture and outdoor activities. There's a walking/running/biking loop around the canal. You can rent kayaks bicycles, and paddle boats for the day. There are monuments and museums all along the way.

Indianapolis is the home of the NFL team, the Colts. They play in Lucas Oil Stadium, which has a retractable roof.

Indianapolis at Night


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