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Indiana is the Hoosier State, The name is recognized for Hoosier athletic teams from Indiana University, the 1954 high school basketball team in the movie “Hoosiers,” and the highest point in the state Hoosier Hill. Basketball was invented in Massachusetts, but actually became popular in high school competition in Indiana.
Notre Dame Law School, public domain Wikipedia source
Sporting events are important in Indiana. From auto racing with the Indianapolis 500 to hydroplane racing with the Madison Regatta to a myriad of professional and college ball sports, the state attracts millions of spectators each year.
A number of highly acclaimed universities are spread across the state. Purdue University, Indiana University, and Notre Dame are all in the top 50 in US University rankings. Other noted schools are Valparaiso, Butler, and University of Evansville. Both academics and athletics reign supreme.
There are many interesting things to see and do away from the big city of Indianapolis. America’s third largest Amish region stretches between Elkhart and LaGrange. Indiana claims to have the Covered Bridge Capital of the World in Parke County with more than 30 covered bridges. The town of Santa Claus, Indiana receives more than one half million letters each Christmas. Clifty Falls State Park has seven waterfalls in a romantic setting on the Ohio River.