A bit about Indiana
The American state of Indiana is situated between the Great Lakes and the Midwest. The estimated population of Indiana, also known as the Hoosier State, in 2014 was 6,596,855. The origin of the name "Hoosiers" is a subject of much debate, but it is widely acknowledged as an Indian term and has been used since 1837.
The Indianapolis Motor Speedway, host of the Brickyard 400 and Indianapolis 500, is Indiana's most well-known landmark. In the Hoosier state, where tracks are widespread, racing is a popular past time. Additionally, Indiana contains a historic area with 24 monuments, statues, and sculptures as well as three parks, two museums, and a pastime. There are memorials such as the Indiana World War Memorial, Soldiers & Sailors Memorial, American Legion Mall, and Veterans Memorial Plaza that are all situated in downtown Indiana.