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In 2015, Indianapolis was ranked number six by Lonely Planet in their list of “Best U.S. Destinations,” and as the state capital of Indiana, the city has done justice to its reputation. It is the 14th most populous city in the country and is located in the eastern half. As a result, Indianapolis, or Indy as it has been nicknamed, is close to major cities like Chicago. Two distinguishing features of the city are the Hoosier hospitality and their love for sports. It is bustling with events, activities, and sports events throughout the year.
Be it the Indianapolis 500- the world-famous automobile race event chasing speed or the pacers and Colts roughing it out on the courts, there are plenty of opportunities for residents and visitors to enjoy amateur and professional sports events. The city is located at the intersection of the most number interstate highways and is also considered the ‘Crossroads of America.” Its famous museums include the Indianapolis Motor Speedway and Hall of Fame Museum and the NCAA Hall of Champions. It’s not just a city of sports fans.
There are nine excellent school districts, a zoo, and the Children’s Museum. The Indianapolis University- Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) is a massive urban research university located downtown where historical landmarks from the 19th century can be found in streets and buildings from the previous eras. When it comes to employment opportunities ad affordability, the city is an inviting metropolitan. It is home to the headquarters of Eli Lilly and ExactTarget.
There are at least 700 major businesses in the city providing residents tons of employment opportunities. It is an inclusive and culturally diverse place where you can experience the American lifestyle in all its ethnic glory. There are amenities, restaurants, stores, and worship places for various religions despite the dominant Christian schools.
There are nine public school districts providing quality education to students. These are:
In addition, there are many private and independent charter and parochial schools. The two state-supported schools for special students are the Indiana School for the Blind and Visually Impaired and Indiana School for the Deaf. Universities in Indianapolis include:
The Children’s Museum: with many hands-on exhibits for children and adults, this museum boasts a life-size learning tree, a stage for puppet shows, a stuffed polar bear, and an arts and crafts area. Eiteljorg Museum Of American Indians And Western Art: Take a trip down memory lane and see America’s Wild West, the struggles of Native Americans, a souvenir shop, and works of artists such as Georgia O’Keeffe and Frederick Remington.
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