You may have lived in the city all your life or in a new city. But have you ever heard what others have to say about Indianapolis? Two decades ago it could have been, "Why did I have to spend my weekends here?" Indianapolis has been recognized as one of the world's leading sports institutions over the past few years. It has grown more and more popular.
Not only is Indianapolis, the 13th largest city in the United States, but it's also a place to live, work, eat, shop, and the list goes on. Most people living in Indianapolis are proud of their city, but may not know all the facts that can be shared with friends, relatives and visitors.
Consider this your Indianapolis "bragging course."
Bragging about culture.
The Indianapolis Cultural Trail, a legacy of Gene and Marilyn Clark, is a world-class cycling and pedestrian trail that connects neighborhoods, cultures, and leisure services and serves as a downtown hub for the Central Green System. Indiana as a whole. The eight-mile route allows users to traverse and navigate in many ways, making Indianapolis a recognized leader in the arts community. The trail will be completed in 2012.
• Indianapolis is proud of the Children's Museum of Indianapolis and is not only the largest museum in the world but rated "the best museum" by children's magazines. Among the interactions, manual attraction is the dinosaur. Shows life size, skeletons, dinosaurs, roars, and fossils. In 2006, a 43-foot glass fireworks display was installed, the largest ever glass sculpture ever created by renowned artist Dale G. Huy. Since then, the museum has expanded, adding new lounges, new exhibits and more.
Indianapolis is home to the Madame Walker Theater Center, which stands as a memorial to America's first self-made billionaire, Mrs. C. J. Walker.
The Indianapolis Museum of Art is rated by the United States today as one of the top 10 locations for weddings – in front of a famous romantic statue. Adjacent to the Museum and located on 100 acres of land, including 35 acres of forest, wetland, meadows and lakes, 100 acres: Virginia B. Fairbanks Art and Natural Park. The park opened in June 2010 and is the largest museum of art in the country and the only park to showcase an ongoing commission of specific works of art on site.
Indianapolis Zoo is an officially recognized national park and pool and botanical garden. The zoo's Ozan exhibit features one of the largest shark pools in the world. While adventurous, Dolphins offers the world's first dolphin viewing experience. In the summer of 2010, the Indianapolis Zoo opened its newest exhibit, Cheet: Race for Survival.
• The Old National Center (originally called the Marerat Temple when it opened in 1910) is the largest stupa in North America.
• Indiana Museum of Art presents science, science and culture. The museum is not only an exhibit inside but also an exhibition with its 92 County Walk, an exterior made of Indian materials and more. There will be a Titanic: Antique Showcase from September 25th to January 16th, 2011.
• Indianapolis has the Eiteljorg Museum of American Indian and Western Art, one of two museums on the east side of the Mississippi, with both Native American and Western art. A new exhibition featuring the life-sized sculptures of the Jingling King will be launched in November 2010. All Mina Valley, Mith Lodge. Rushmore and even a replica of Indianapolis & #; Soldier's Palace and Custom Boats – Made from natural materials by renowned artist Paul Busse.
Indianapolis is second only to Washington, D.C. in the number of monuments and memorials to veterans.
The 35th Mini Marathon has been in operation for nine years, with 35,000 registrants and 4,000 participants in the 500km Festival of Line 5 event. The Mini Marathon is the largest half marathon in the United States and the sixth largest in the United States.
Somebody would agree there is a lot to do in downtown Indianapolis. People of all ages can be entertained at museums and historical sites, performing arts and theater, memorabilia and parks, major sports venues and exotic attractions.
If you want to see something unique in Indianapolis, find Indianapolis & # x201A; Cultural District.
Indianapolis is proud of its six cultural districts: Broad Ripple Village, the Canal and White River State Park, Fountain Square, Indiana Avenue, Mass Ave and Wholesale District. Four of the six counties have their own home in Downtown Indianapolis, while Fountain Square is only one mile southeast and Broad Ripple Village, nine miles northeast of San Francisco. The district presents a unique pocket of emerging cultural opportunities in the city. You will find delightful public art, unique galleries, inspirational museums, bustling shops and entertainment. Satisfy your appetite at the best restaurants, ethnic cafes and cafes. Laugh out loud or dance the night away at a nightclub and one of the movie theaters. The district also has your ticket to sports, career, and performances.
The town is home to baby elephants, baby elephants, bowling, indoor dances, a world-class orchestra, a 55-foot "Indiana" sculpture, a military mansion and warships and more to explore.
In recent years, Indianapolis has renewed its reputation for always stunning attractions such as beats! Discovery Center 2009: The Race to Survive at the Indianapolis Zoo in 2010, and More New Urban Towns Closer to Action!
Brag about dining and shopping in the downtown.
Downtown Circle Center, a world-famous shopping and entertainment destination, is celebrating its 15th anniversary in 2010.
• Indianapolis is home to the 1886 town market, which is still a market. Since then, there are improvements in the spring of 2011 to improve the market.
• Indianapolis & # 39; Mass Ave is one of the remaining diagonal streets on Lot 1821 located in the center of the Arts and Recreation District, where residents live, work and play in the same eight areas.
Indianapolis has nearly 300 dining and beverage spots to enjoy.
Eating options are endless, ranging from national eats to Capital Grille, Fogo De Chao, Weber Grill, Palomino and Ruth. Pizza Bazaar.
• Elmer House's infamous lobster cocktail was named "World's Biggest Tasty Meal" by food critic and blogger Alison Stevens in May 2009.
Noodle Soup Inc. is the oldest bar and has been running regularly (since 1850). It won the Blues Living – Club of the Year Award from the Blues Foundation.
With over 210 shops in the city, locals and tourists alike can enjoy everything from one-stop-shop such as Vintage Jewelry or Home Town / Silver in the city to the full national chain. Like Nordstrom. Carson P. Scott Scott, H .; A.S. Phil. And boundaries.
The JW Marriot Hotel will open in 2011. This is the largest JW Marriot hotel in the world, with 1,005 rooms and 145,000 square feet of meeting space and events. It will join more than 30 high quality hotels and beds and breakfasts.
• TripAdvisor named Conrad Indianapolis as the 25th US Hotel of the Year for its 2010 Choice Award.
Brag about sports.
• Indianapolis is the only city that prides itself on four professional sports teams, playing in a four-block radius in the heart of downtown Downtown. (NBA Pacers, WNBA Fever, NFL Colts and Triple-A Indians)
In 2012, Indianapolis will host the Super Bowl XLVI at the Lucas Oil Stadium. Great new facility opened in 2008.
The Lucas Oil Stadium was named "Sports Place of the Year" in May 2009 by the Sport Magazine and Smith.
• San Fernando was ranked the best HAA ring by Orange County registration.
• Indianapolis is home to the World Championship football team. In 2010, the Indianapolis Colts returned to Super Bowl XLIV. In 2006, the Indianapolis Colts dominated Chicago for the Super Bowl XLI victory.
Indianapolis is the only city to host the NCAA Men's & # 39; Four finals in a decade: 1991, 1997 and 2000. Downtown hosted again in 2006 and 2010 and is set for 2015. In 2005, the city hosted the AAA final. S. The first 39 women will be available again in 2011. (Sports News has named Indianapolis as "the ultimate homeowner" there), and thirdly, no better basketball town. Than Indy. "
Indianapolis IS basketball in March. The city hosts ten men's and women's basketball tournaments from 2008-2012. Women's Tour Competition # 39 visited in 2007. Indianapolis holds the World Basketball Tournament every four years. For the first time in 52 years of history in the United States.
• The Indianapolis 500 race is the largest and one full day sports event in the world. Incidentally, the second largest is the 400 brick kilns.
The national spotlight shone on Indianapolis when we hosted the 2005 USA Veterinary Championships at Conseco Fieldhouse. Invitation to the Roundtable Gymnastics Competition will be on Indy January 2011.
Indianapolis played host to the USA Swimming for the Americans and ConocoPhillips and the July 2009 World Championship.
The city hosted the US away games in 2006 and 2007 at Indiana Michael A. Carroll Track & Soccer University.
Indianapolis was ranked as the second best sports city in the United States in May 2009 in the 100 sports events you will see live by Robert Tucman.
Indianapolis has, of course, acquired its bragging rights from the beginning as the sports capital of the world. The Indianapolis Motor Speedway is noted as a symbol of the city. The addition of the winning pitch, dubbed "The Minor League Ballpark in America," according to Sports Illustrated, as well as state-of-the-art Conseco Fieldhouse and Lucas Oil stadiums, has rocked the city. . In addition, the USHL Indiana Ice is a Tier I junior golf team that is a member of the Indian Indians.
During any given season, sports fans will surely find Indianapolis to gather or events to attend. From the annual championship of the Circle City Classic or the high school athletics association to the Big 10 all-state and basketball tournaments are non-stop activities.
What's more, different national governing bodies have originated or moved their headquarters to Indianapolis, including the Black Coaches Association, the National Athletic Association, the American Gymnastics Federation, the USA Fitness & Track Association. United States synchronized swimming. And so on.
Boast about international competitions and awards.
The American Pianist Association has been supporting young artists for over 25 years. អាហារូបករណ៍ឯកសណ្ឋានទាំងចង្វាក់បែបបុរាណនិងចង្វាក់ jazz ផ្តល់នូវឱកាសដ៏សំខាន់សម្រាប់អ្នកលេងព្យ៉ាណូអាមេរិកដែលមានអាយុពី ១៨ ដល់ ៣០ ឆ្នាំដើម្បីបង្កើនអាជីពរបស់ពួកគេ។ អាហារូបករណ៍នីមួយៗមានតម្លៃជាង ៧៥.០០០ ដុល្លាររួមទាំងរង្វាន់ជាសាច់ប្រាក់ថ្លៃសេវាសាធារណៈនិងឱកាសថត។
•អាហារូបករណ៍ Eiteljorg សម្រាប់កម្មវិធីសិល្បៈអាមេរិចដើមកំណើតអាមេរិចបានផ្តល់ប្រាក់ជាង ១.៥ លានដុល្លារជាជំនួយឥតសំណងនិងការទិញសិល្បៈហើយបានបន្ថែមសិល្បៈជាង ១២៥ បំណែកដោយវិចិត្រករជនជាតិដើមអាមេរិច ៣៥ រូបក្នុងការប្រមូលជាអចិន្ត្រៃយ៍ក្នុងរយៈពេល ១០ ឆ្នាំចុងក្រោយនេះ។ កម្មវិធីពីរឆ្នាំម្តងនេះគឺជាផ្នែកមួយនៃវត្ថុមួយនៅក្នុងពិភពលោកសម្រាប់ជនជាតិដើមអាមេរិកាំងនិងជាតិសាសន៍ដំបូងហើយបាននាំឱ្យមានភាពខុសគ្នានៃការមាន "ការប្រមូលផ្តុំសិល្បៈសម័យបុរាណល្អបំផុតនៅលើពិភពលោក" ។
ពានរង្វាន់ Indianapolis ដែលបង្ហាញដោយសួនសត្វ Indianapolis គឺជារង្វាន់រូបិយវត្ថុបុគ្គលធំបំផុត (១០០,០០០ ដុល្លារ) សម្រាប់ការអភិរក្សប្រភេទសត្វនៅក្នុងពិភពលោកហើយត្រូវបានផ្តល់ជាអំណោយដែលមិនមានការរឹតត្បិតដល់កិត្តិយសដែលបានជ្រើសរើស។ រង្វាន់នេះត្រូវបានផ្តល់ជារៀងរាល់ឆ្នាំដល់បុគ្គលម្នាក់ៗដែលបានចូលរួមចំណែកយ៉ាងអស្ចារ្យដល់កិច្ចខិតខំប្រឹងប្រែងអភិរក្សដែលពាក់ព័ន្ធនឹងប្រភេទសត្វតែមួយឬច្រើនប្រភេទ។
•ការប្រកួតវីយូឡុងអន្តរជាតិនៃ Indianapolis ធ្វើឡើងរៀងរាល់ ៤ ឆ្នាំម្តង។ អ្នកស្រឡាញ់តន្រ្តីមកពីគ្រប់តំបន់នៃពិភពលោកផ្តោតការយកចិត្តទុកដាក់របស់ពួកគេទៅលើកម្មវិធី“ Indianapolis” ដែលឥឡូវនេះត្រូវបានគេចាត់ទុកថាជាការប្រកួតតន្រ្តីដ៏គួរអោយគោរពបំផុតមួយនៅលើពិភពលោក។ មហោស្រព ១៧ ថ្ងៃថ្ងៃទី ១០-២៦ ខែកញ្ញាឆ្នាំ ២០១០ មានអ្នកលេងវីយូឡុងដែលមានទេពកោសល្យមកពីជុំវិញពិភពលោក។
អ្នកប្រហែលជាគិតថាទីប្រជុំជនបានបញ្ចប់។ មិនពិត។ សន្ទុះនៃការអភិវឌ្ឍនៅតែមានស្ថេរភាពជាមួយនឹងសំណង់ថ្មីចំនួន ៣,៣ ពាន់លានដុល្លារដែលនឹងត្រូវបញ្ចប់នៅឆ្នាំ ២០១៥ ។
ដូច្នេះនៅពេលក្រោយមាននរណាម្នាក់សួរអ្នកអំពីទីក្រុងរបស់អ្នកអ្នកអាចដកស្រង់សំដីអ្នកដើមកំណើតនៅឥណ្ឌា Indianapolis គឺ David Letterman ។ "ខ្ញុំពិតជាមានមោទនភាពណាស់ដែលខ្ញុំបានកើតនិងចំណាយពេលស្ទើរតែពេញមួយជីវិតនៅក្នុងសហគមន៍ដ៏អស្ចារ្យនៃរដ្ឋ Indianapolis ។ វាជាទីក្រុងដ៏អស្ចារ្យមួយ។ "
សូមអរគុណដាវ។ យើងគិតថា Indianapolis គឺអស្ចារ្យណាស់។