The Underrated Natural Wonder In Indiana Every Hoosier Should See At Least Once
Hidden along the Mississinewa River is a fascinating, little-known natural wonder in Indiana that does NOT get the love or attention it so rightly deserves. Here, the limestone cliffs were etched away over centuries by erosion from the river, creating a fascinating arrangement of unusually-shaped cliffs along the northern edge in one particular spot. It’s called the Seven Pillars, and not only is it one of those must-see natural wonders in Indiana, but it’s also a place considered sacred by Native people for a very long time. Come see:
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