Indiana Day is celebrated on November 16 in the United States and honors one of the most important states of the state. Indiana is the 38th largest entity and the 17th largest in terms of population. The purpose of the holiday is to honor the spirit of the people living in the state, because there are a huge number of specialists from various fields, miners, farmers …
The holiday was founded by the Indiana General Assembly in 1925. Locals celebrate it with pleasure to this day. Initially, settlers came to these lands and fought with local Indians until 1811. The battle was won and the state entered the Union on December 11, 1816.
Today Indiana is a developed cultural center. There is literally everything here! The area is also known for its sporting achievements in football and basketball. The area is well-established with high-quality highways, railways, seaports.
Curiously, in Indiana:
- installed street lighting in 1880, in the town of Wabash;
- GDP is roughly equal to that of Egypt;
- The Indianapolis Children’s Museum is the largest on the planet. Every year it is visited by 1 million people;
- there is the city of Liberty, the population here is extremely small – only 2061 people;
- more than 100 species of trees grow;
- 12 stagecoach routes passed along the National Road;
- the first newspaper was published in 1804;
- mild climate, perfect for a comfortable stay;
- there is a town called Santa Claus;
- famous racing events take place.
How to celebrate
Learn more about the state from history – there is a lot of interesting things hidden in it. Is it possible to come here? Great! Find out what events are taking place on the date and take part in them. Take pictures and post pictures on social networks so that everyone knows that today is an important date in the state!
When is Indiana Day celebrated in 2022?
Indiana Day is observed on November 16 each year.