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Indiana is a Midwestern U. S. state located near the Great Lakes. The state's name means "Land of the Indians,” and a resident of Indiana is known as a Hoosier, hence the state’s official nickname, the “Hoosier State.” Indiana has a diverse economy with several metropolitan areas and a number of smaller industrial cities and towns. Central Indiana is mainly flat with some low rolling hills except for deep valleys, like at the Wabash River and Sugar Creek, with much of its appearance shaped by glaciers. The valleys of southern Indiana are much different with a rugged, hilly terrain and fertile soil. Indiana experiences a humid continental climate, with cold winters and warm, wet summers. Some notable people from Indiana include James Dean, David Letterman, Dean Norris, and Cole Porter.
Indianapolis is the capital and largest city in the state. Nicknamed the Crossroads of America, Indianapolis is the junction for four Interstate highways, six U.S. highways, and three state roads. Forbes magazine ranked Indianapolis the sixth-best city for jobs in 2008 and was rated the tenth best city for relocation by Yahoo Real Estate in 2010. Several initiatives have been made in recent years to increase Indianapolis's arts and culture appeal, including the designation of several historic districts, an urban bike trail, and a war memorial plaza. The Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis began hosting Gen Con, the largest role-playing game convention in the North America at, and is the current home to the Pokémon U.S. National Championships.
Speedway, Indiana is the home of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, the venue for the Indianapolis 500, the automobile race that celebrated its 100th birthday in 2011. This Memorial Day event, billed as The Greatest Spectacle in Racing, is considered part of the Triple Crown of Motorsport, which comprises three of the most prestigious motorsports events in the world. The significance of the event is reflected in the town’s name that was taken from the race’s venue.