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Indiana

Indiana is a Midwestern state covering 93 994 km2 (36 291 sq miles) east of Illinois, between Lake Michigan and the Ohio River. It has much good farmland producing maize, soya beans, pigs and cattle.

Indiana
Indiana

Coal is mined in the southwest and there is also oil production and limestone quarrying. Electrical and transport equipment and steel are the main manufactures. INDIANAPOLIS is the state capital.





Indianapolis USA

Indianapolis is the State capital of Indiana. It lies in the centre of the state, about 220 km (135 miles) southeast of Lake Michigan. The city is an agricultural and industrial centre, and venue of the annual Indianapolis 500 car race.














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