Indiana Cities

Cities With A High Livability Score
1.Woodlawn Heights
2.Meridian Hills
5.Crows Nest
6.River Forest
7.Santa Claus
9.Williams Creek
10.North Crows Nest
Cities With A Low Livability Score
1.Mount Carmel

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Indiana: The Hoosier State

The state of Indiana is the smallest state west of the Appalachian Mountains in the continental United States. With the largest state capital population east of the Mississippi River in Indianapolis, Indiana boasts a large and rich center. While there are a number of small towns and industrial cities, Indiana is also home to a number of metropolitan areas which have a population greater than 100,000. Indiana is home to the largest single-day sporting event in the world with the Indianapolis 500, in addition to the NBA's Indiana Pacers and the NFL's Indianapolis Colts.

Indiana has a humid continental climate, which is marked by variable weather patterns. In particular, Indiana is very susceptible to tornadoes. Rainfall totals are steady throughout the year within the state. Indiana is home to a number of public transportation efforts, from a vast rail system to updated county road system and major US and state highways.

In order to find out more about the state of Indiana, you may browse our Indiana area guide. Here you may find local business reviews throughout the Hoosier state. Additionally, you can look at questions and answers regarding many aspects of the state of Indiana and relevant information. Photos are also available on the site to help you to see Indiana's landscape and unique sights.

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Indiana Overview

State nicknameThe Hoosier State
CapitalIndianapolis, IN
Largest CityIndianapolis, IN
Population (2013)6,485,530
Pop. density (per sq. mi.)179.51
Area (sq. mi.)36,418
Pct. water1.5%
Bordering statesMichigan