There’s No Other Historical Landmark In Indiana Quite Like This 10,000-Year-Old Dune
If there’s anything that’s consistent no matter where in the world you travel, one of those things is that you can count on landmarks existing everywhere. It seems like every place has its own little thing: the water tower, that one tree, the house painted a different color than the rest of the neighborhood… things like that. Indiana is no different; for example, the Indianapolis Motor Speedway is probably the most famous landmark in the Midwest. But the Hoosier State is home to another truly unique and awe-inspiring landmark that simply cannot be missed. The dunes along the shoreline of Lake Michigan are a one-of-a-kind historical landmark in Indiana that you’ve truly got to experience to believe.
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Address: Indiana Dunes National Park, 1215 N State Rd 49, Porter, IN 46304, USA
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