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USS Indianapolis (CA-35)

USS Indianapolis (CA-35) was a of the United States Navy. She served as flagship for Admiral Raymond Spruance while he commanded the Fifth Fleet in their battles across the Central Pacific. She holds a place in history due to the circumstances of her sinking, which led to the greatest single loss of life at sea in the history of the U.S. Navy. On 30 July 1945, shortly after delivering critical parts for the first atomic bomb to be used in combat to the United States air base at Tinian, the ship was torpedoed by the Imperial Japanese Navy submarine I-58, sinking in 12 minutes....

Indianapolis

Indianapolis (abbreviated Indy) is the capital city of the U.S. state of Indiana, and also the county seat of Marion County. As of the 2010 census, the city's population is 829,718. It is the 13th largest city in the United States and the 29th largest metropolitan area in the United States. Historically, Indianapolis has oriented itself around government (a byproduct of its state capital function) and industry, particularly manufacturing. Over the late decades of the 20th century, the city's Unigov began a long process to revitalize the downtown area....

Indianapolis 500

The Indianapolis 500-Mile Race is held annually at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway in Speedway, Indiana. The event is held over Memorial Day weekend, which is typically the last weekend in May. It is contested as part of the IZOD IndyCar Series, the top level of American Championship Car racing, a open-wheel formula colloquially known as "Indy Car Racing." The event, billed as The Greatest Spectacle in Racing, is considered one of the three most prestigious motorsports events in the world....

Indianapolis International Airport

Indianapolis International Airport is a public airport seven miles (11 km) southwest of downtown Indianapolis, in Marion County, Indiana, United States. It is owned and operated by the Indianapolis Airport Authority. The airport is the largest in Indiana, occupying about in Wayne and Decatur Townships of Marion County, all within the city of Indianapolis. It is near interstate highways I-65, I-69, I-70, and I-74, all of which connect to the city's I-465 beltway. The passenger terminal was the first designed and built in the United States since the terror attacks on September 11, 2001....

University of Indianapolis

The University of Indianapolis is a university located in Indianapolis, Indiana, United States. It is affiliated with the United Methodist Church. The shortened name it uses is UIndy. Established in 1902, the university offers associate's, bachelor's, master's, and doctoral degrees, and has more than 5,400 students. The main campus is located on the south side of Indianapolis at 1400 East Hanna Avenue, just east of Shelby Street. UIndy also offers degree programs through partnerships in China and Belize. The colors of the university are crimson and grey....

Lucas Oil Raceway at Indianapolis

Lucas Oil Raceway at Indianapolis (formerly Indianapolis Raceway Park and O'Reilly Raceway Park at Indianapolis) is a racing circuit complex in Brownsburg, Indiana. It has a oval, road course, and drag strip. History In 1958, 15 Indianapolis-area businessmen and racing professionals led by Tom Binford, Frank Dickie, Rodger Ward, and Howard Fieber, invested $5,000 each to fund the development of a farm tract into a recreational sporting complex that would focus on auto racing....

North Central High School (Indianapolis)

North Central High School is a public high school in Indianapolis, Indiana, United States. It is part of the Metropolitan School District of Washington Township. The school year enrollment was 3,400 in grades 9–12. The current principal is Mr. Evans Brannigan. North Central is an International Baccalaureate (IB) school. History North Central was established in 1956 in response to Washington Township's rapidly growing population and the desire of residents to have a local high school....

Indianapolis Zoo

The Indianapolis Zoo located in Indianapolis, Indiana, United States. In 1944 thoughts of the Indianapolis zoo first came to mind by a newspaper columnist named Lowell B. Nussbaum. He began to write his opinions of wanting a zoo through his column "Inside Indianapolis." It was his writing that inspired the Indianapolis people and in October 1944 the "Articles of Incorporation for the Indianapolis zoological society, INC" emerged....

Haughville, Indianapolis

Haughville is a working-class neighborhood west of downtown Indianapolis. Its borders are roughly White River Parkway to the east, roughly Tibbs Avenue to the west, 10th Street to the north, and Michigan Street to the south. It suffers from a high crime rate and low property values. It is considered one of the most impoverished neighborhoods in the city. A portion of the neighborhood, roughly bounded by 16th Street, Belleview Place, Walnut Street. and Concord Street, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. This area is the site of the former housing project, Concord Village....

Cathedral High School (Indianapolis)

Cathedral High School is a private, Catholic institution in Indianapolis, Indiana, United States. There are over 1,200 students in grades 9 to 12. It once was located within the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Indianapolis, and was run independently by the Brothers of Holy Cross. The school was founded as a boys high school by the Brothers of Holy Cross in 1918. In the 1970s, with the departure of the Brothers, a non-profit trust was developed by Robert V. Welch, other parents and a lay board in an effort to keep Cathedral alive....

The Children's Museum of Indianapolis: The Children's Museum of Indianapolis is the world's largest children's museum. It is located at 3000 North Meridian Street, Indianapolis, Indiana, United States in the United Northwest Area neighborh...

Heritage Christian School (Indianapolis): Heritage Christian School is a private, non-denominational, Christian evangelical school with approximately 1,450 students in grades Prep K - 12. It is part of the Association of Christian Schools I...

Latin School of Indianapolis: The Latin School of Indianapolis served from 1955 to 1978 as a pre-seminary boys' high school for the Catholic Archdiocese of Indianapolis. During its first two academic years the Latin School operate...

Riverside, Indianapolis: The Riverside neighborhood is a historical neighborhood on the near west side of Indianapolis, Indiana, United States. The housing consists mainly of American foursquare-type homes and bungalows built...

Methodist Hospital of Indianapolis: Methodist Hospital of Indianapolis is a hospital part of Indiana University Health, located in Indianapolis, state of Indiana, United States. It is the largest hospital in the state of Indiana and one...

Fall Creek Place, Indianapolis: Fall Creek Place is one of many revitalized neighborhoods in inner Indianapolis, Indiana, United States. The neighborhood is bounded by Meridian Street on the west, Fall Creek Parkway on the north, j...

Butler–Tarkington, Indianapolis: Butler–Tarkington is a neighborhood on the north side of Indianapolis with the following borders: 38th Street and Crown Hill Cemetery to the south, the Central Canal and Westfield Boulevard to the n...

Eagledale, Indianapolis: Eagledale is the name of a neighborhood on the west side of Indianapolis. Eagledale is primarily suburban in nature, consisting of ranch homes built in the 1950s and 1960s. This is one of the few sub...

Geist, Indianapolis: Geist is an area in northeastern Indianapolis, Indiana (in Lawrence Township) and southeastern Hamilton County. It is named for Geist Reservoir. Annexation In January 2007, the town of Fishers propose...

Nora, Indianapolis: Nora is a neighborhood on the north side of Indianapolis, generally considered to be contained by Meridian Street on the west, Castleton on the east, Ravenswood to the south, and 96th Street (which f...

Woodruff Place, Indianapolis: Woodruff Place is a neighborhood in Indianapolis located about a mile east of Downtown Indianapolis. It was established in the 1870s as an early suburb of Indianapolis. Woodruff Place's boundaries ar...

Castleton, Indianapolis: Castleton is a heavily commercialized neighborhood surrounding the original southern terminus of Interstate 69 on the northeast side of Indianapolis, Indiana. It is located in Lawrence and Washington ...

1987 Indianapolis Ramada Inn A-7D Corsair II Crash: The Ramada Inn Air Crash and Fire was an aircraft accident that occurred at the Airport Ramada Inn in Indianapolis, Indiana when a United States Air Force pilot failed to reach the runway and the pla...

Hillside (Indianapolis): Hillside is a small neighborhood on the near-northeastside of Indianapolis and is part of the larger Brightwood neighborhood. The neighborhood is concentrated near the intersection of East 25th Stree...

Glendale, Indianapolis: Glendale is a neighborhood located on the northside of Indianapolis, located immediately east of Broad Ripple. Glendale is one of the oldest suburban neighborhoods in Indianapolis and is fairly resid...

Meridian-Kessler, Indianapolis: Meridian-Kessler is a residential neighborhood located about north of downtown Indianapolis. It is bounded on the north by Kessler Boulevard, on the east by the Monon Trail greenway corridor, on th...

Fountain Square, Indianapolis: Fountain Square is one of six designated cultural districts in Indianapolis, Indiana. History In 1835, Calvin Fletcher and Nicholas McCarty purchased a farm in what would became the Fountain Square...

Little Flower, Indianapolis: Little Flower is a neighborhood on the Eastside of Indianapolis. Its boundaries are 16th Street, 10th Street, Emerson Avenue, and Sherman Drive. The neighborhood's name comes from the Little Flower ...

Indianapolis, Iowa: Indianapolis is an unincorporated community in Mahaska County, Iowa, United States....

Washington Square (Indianapolis): Washington Square Mall is a regional shopping mall located on the eastern side of Indianapolis. It opened in 1974 with a renovation/expansion in 1999. Today, there are over 80 stores and, Burlington C...

St. Vincent Indianapolis Hospital: St. Vincent Hospital is a hospital in Indianapolis, Indiana, USA. It is the flagship installation of St. Vincent Health which operates 20 facilities over 46 Indiana counties and is one of the largest ...

Ravenswood (Indianapolis): Ravenswood is located north of Broad Ripple Indianapolis, Indiana, United States, between 71st and 75th Street, and between Keystone Avenue and White River. In 1913, a flood caused the river channel...

Arden, Indianapolis: Arden is an affluent residential neighborhood on the north side of Indianapolis, Indiana. The neighborhood is about a 15-minute drive from downtown. It is bounded by 71st Street on the north, Penns...

Arlington High School (Indianapolis): Arlington High School is a comprehensive public high school located in Indianapolis, Indiana. Arlington was among the last public high schools to open within the Indianapolis Public Schools system. T...

University Heights, Indianapolis: The Indianapolis, Indiana neighborhood of University Heights is located south of the University of Indianapolis, on the Indianapolis south side. The boundaries are as follows: to the north is Hanna A...

Indianapolis Juvenile Correctional Facility: The Indianapolis Juvenile Correctional Facility was a minimum, medium, and maximum state juvenile facility of the Indiana Department of Correction. It was located on Girls School Road, west of Downt...

Indianapolis Metropolitan Airport: Indianapolis Metropolitan Airport is a public airport located southwest of Fishers, a town in Hamilton County, Indiana, United States. Also located northeast of the central business district of Ind...

Indianapolis Executive Airport: Indianapolis Executive Airport is a public airport at 11329 E. State Road 32 in Zionsville, a town in Boone County, Indiana, United States. The airport is located just west of the border of Hamilton ...

Medal of Honor Memorial (Indianapolis): The Medal of Honor Memorial is a monument located in Indianapolis, Indiana, USA. It is dedicated in honor of all recipients of the Medal of Honor, the United States military's highest award for valo...

Indianapolis Metropolitan High School: Indianapolis Metropolitan High School, known as Indy Met for short, is a public charter high school in Indianapolis, Indiana, United States. Indy Met currently enrolls students from grades nine throug...

Military Park (Indianapolis): Military Park is the oldest park in Indianapolis, Indiana, covering . In accordance with the Indiana Constitution, the land that forms Military Park cannot be sold; only Monument Circle and half of...

Indianapolis Motor Speedway Hall of Fame Museum: The Indianapolis Motor Speedway Hall of Fame Museum is an automotive museum on the grounds of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway in Speedway, Indiana, which houses the Auto Racing Hall of Fame. It is in...

Lutheran High School (Indianapolis): The Lutheran High School of Indianapolis is a Lutheran school in Indianapolis, Indiana, USA. History The Lutheran High School of Indianapolis was conceived by a large group of Indianapolis area Luthe...

Covenant Christian High School (Indianapolis, Indiana): Covenant Christian High School is a non-denominational Christian high school located in Indianapolis, Indiana. Its mascot is the warrior. History Covenant Christian High School began in 1995 as a gr...

Indianapolis Museum of Contemporary Art: The Indianapolis Museum of Contemporary Art, also known as the Indy MOCA or iMOCA, features thought provoking exhibitions of the latest trends and talent doing ambitious, original works of contemp...

AT&T Building (Indianapolis): AT&T Building is a high rise in Indianapolis, Indiana. It was opened in 1932 and is 22 stories tall. It is primarily used for office space and is the headquarters for AT&T in Indiana. The AT&a...

Brookside Park (Indianapolis): Brookside Park is a municipal park in Indianapolis, Indiana. It is located at 3500 Brookside Parkway S. Drive on the near-eastside of Indianapolis, just north of the Rural-Sherman neighborhood. Th...

Apartments and Flats of Downtown Indianapolis Thematic Resources: The Apartments and Flats of Downtown Indianapolis Thematic Resources is a multiple property submission of apartments on the National Register of Historic Places in downtown Indianapolis, Indiana. The...

Sacred Heart of Jesus (Indianapolis): Sacred Heart of Jesus, is a public artwork by an unknown artist, located at Sacred Heart Church, which is in Indianapolis, Indiana, United States of America. It is a marble figure of Jesus standing wi...

Traditional Chinese Lions (Indianapolis Zoo): Traditional Chinese Lions, is a public artwork located at the entrance to the Indianapolis Zoo, which is near downtown Indianapolis, Indiana, United States. The sculpture is made up of two traditional...

St. Vincent (Indianapolis): St. Vincent is a public artwork by an unknown artist located on the grounds of St. Vincent Indianapolis Hospital in Indianapolis, Indiana, United States. The sculpture sits in front of the entrance to...

List of public art at Indiana University – Purdue University Indianapolis: This is a list of public art on the campus of Indiana University – Purdue University Indianapolis organized alphabetically. These artworks form the Indiana University – Purdue University Indianap...

List of public art in Indianapolis: This is a list of public art in Indianapolis organized by neighborhoods in the city. This list applies only to works of public art accessible in an outdoor public space. For example, this does not ...

List of outdoor artworks at the Indianapolis Museum of Art: This is a list of works of art at the Indianapolis Museum of Art which are located outside, on one of three campus locations: 100 Acres: The Virginia B. Fairbanks Art & Nature Park Indianapolis...

LOVE (Indianapolis): LOVE is an artwork by American artist Robert Indiana, located at the Indianapolis Museum of Art (IMA), which is near downtown Indianapolis, Indiana. It was created in 1970 as the first sculptural form...

The Three Graces (Indianapolis): The Three Graces is a nearly life-size, figurative Carrara marble outdoor sculpture group located on the historic Oldfields estate on the campus of the Indianapolis Museum of Art (IMA), in Indianapoli...

Landon-Era Birdbath (Indianapolis): Birdbath, constructed of fieldstone and concrete, is an early 20th-century decorative feature on the historic Oldfields estate on the campus of the Indianapolis Museum of Art (IMA), in Indianapolis, I...

Indianapolis Island: Indianapolis Island is a public artwork by American artist Andrea Zittel, located in the 100 Acres: The Virginia B. Fairbanks Art and Nature Park, in Indianapolis, Indiana, United States. The artwork ...

Saints Peter and Paul Cathedral (Indianapolis): Saints Peter and Paul Cathedral is a Catholic cathedral located in Indianapolis, Indiana, United States. It is the seat of the Archdiocese of Indianapolis. St. John the Evangelist Church in Indianap...

Indianapolis Catacombs: Indianapolis Catacombs are approximately 20,000 square feet of underground passageways on the northeast corner of Market and Delaware streets in downtown Indianapolis, Indiana. The passages and wal...

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