The state of Indiana offers a unique experience in every corner. In the central region can enjoy the arts, culture, professional sporting events, restaurants and shopping centers. In the northern region has "Amish Country", where is the third largest Amish community in the United States. In the western region have historic covered bridges where you can spend a day of fun rides. The central and southern regions of South share the beauty of forests and hills on all the fall colors.

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The state of Indiana is situated in the central U.S. Northeast, which limits the north with Michigan, Ohio on the east, southeast and south by Kentucky and west to Illinois. It has a population of 6,483,802 people distributed in 92 counties within an area of 58,608 square miles. It is covered mostly by plains. Its capital is Indianapolis.


Adams Allen Bartholomew
Benton Blackford Boone
Brown Carroll Cass
Clark Clay Clinton
Crawford Daviess De Kalb
Dearborn Decatur Delaware
Dubois Elkhart Fayette
Floyd Fountain Franklin
Fulton Gibson Grant
Greene Hamilton Hancock
Harrison Hendricks Henry
Howard Huntington Jackson
Jasper Jay Jefferson
Jennings Johnson Knox
Kosciusko La Porte Lagrange
Lake Lawrence Madison
Marion Marshall Martin
Miami Monroe Montgomery
Morgan Newton Noble
Ohio Orange Owen
Parke Perry Pike
Porter Posey Pulaski
Putnam Randolph Ripley
Rush Scott Shelby
Spencer St Joseph Starke
Steuben Sullivan Switzerland
Tippecanoe Tipton Union
Vanderburgh Vermillion Vigo
Wabash Warren Warrick
Washington Wayne Wells
White Whitley