There Are More Than 200 Historic Buildings In This Indiana City
Indianapolis is the capital city of the Hoosier State. It’s the most populated city we’ve got, and it’s to be expected that there is some interesting history throughout. Interestingly, Indy is far from the oldest city in Indiana; that title goes to Vincennes, which was founded in 1732. Indianapolis wasn’t founded until 1820, but that doesn’t mean it lacks historic buildings and old-school architecture. In fact, it’s home to more than 200 registered historic buildings, including nine National Historic Landmarks. When it comes to historic buildings in Indiana, Indy itself is a great place for history buffs to start.
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What do you think? What’s your favorite old building in Indy? Tell us about them in the comments! Interested in more Hoosier State history? Check out these 10 National Historic Landmarks in Indiana that you’ve got to see at least once.
Address: 1204 N Delaware St, Indianapolis, IN 46202, USA
Address: 401 E Michigan St, Indianapolis, IN 46204, USA
Address: 317 N New Jersey St, Indianapolis, IN 46204, USA
Address: 123 W Louisiana St, Indianapolis, IN 46225, USA
Address: Woodruff Place, Indianapolis, IN 46201, USA
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