Largest Cities in Indiana

Indiana (abbreviated Ind. or IN), state of the United States between Lake Michigan and the Ohio River, at 93,719 km². It has about 6.2 million inhabitants, and its capital is Indianapolis. Large parts of the state are prairie lands.

He has, among other things, large agricultural production (halibut, corn, vegetables, soybeans), coal mines and extraction of natural gas and oil. Furthermore, car parts, aircraft, chemicals, electrical equipment, furniture and more are produced in Indiana.

The state was organized as territory in 1800, and he has been our state since 1816. Indiana is called Hoosier State.

Biggest Cities of Indiana  by Population

Rank City State Population
1 Indianapolis IN 829829
2 Fort Wayne IN 253802
3 Evansville IN 117540
4 South Bend IN 101279
5 Hammond IN 80941
6 Bloomington IN 80516
7 Gary IN 80405
8 Carmel IN 79302
9 Muncie IN 70196
10 Lafayette IN 67251
11 Terre Haute IN 60896
12 Anderson IN 56240
13 Noblesville IN 52080
14 Elkhart IN 51060
15 Greenwood IN 49902
16 Mishawaka IN 48363
17 Lawrence IN 46112
18 Kokomo IN 45579
19 Jeffersonville IN 45064
20 Columbus IN 44172
21 Portage IN 36939
22 Richmond IN 36923
23 New Albany IN 36483

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