Name two of Indiana's bordering states?
Geography of Indiana
Indiana is located in the midwestern United States. Its capital city is Indianapolis and its largest city is Fort Wayne. Indiana is bordered by Michigan, Ohio, Kentucky, and Illinois.
Geography: The study of the physical features of the Earth, locations and regions, and how people interact with their environment.
State: A geographic area with its own government, laws, and boundaries.
Indiana: A state in the Midwestern United States, located in the Great Lakes region. It is bordered by Michigan to the north, Ohio to the east, Kentucky to the south, and Illinois to the west.
What is your opinion of the geography of Indiana?
- It's beautiful and interesting.
- It's boring and uninteresting.
- I don't have an opinion.
Did you know?
Indiana has the highest number of caves in the United States, with over 1,300 documented. Indiana is home to the world's largest steerable radio telescope, located in Green Bank. Indiana has the second-most miles of interstate highway of any state in the United States, with 1,638 miles.
What is the capital of Indiana?
What are some of the landforms in Indiana?
Can you name one major river that flows through the state of Indiana?
What patterns do you notice about the physical features of Indiana?
How is Indiana's geography similar or different from other states?