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The county seat of Marion County, Indianapolis is known as the 12th largest city in the United States of America and is the capital City of Indiana. Subsequently, it is considered as one of the largest cities in the Midwest area, coming in at second after Chicago.
In the past, Indianapolis was known to base their economy on the manufacturing industry. During the end of the 20th Century, Indiana has finally gained a diverse economy and now bases it on finance, health care, education and tourism. With the city’s emphasis on the improvement on their tourism industry, several sporting events and conventions have been held here. Some of which include events such as the NHRA, the Brickyard 400 and the Indianapolis 500. Indianapolis also plays host to tournaments for men’s and women’s NCAA basketball.
Establish in November 1999, the Bankers Life Fieldhouse, formerly named the Conseco Fieldhouse, is the current home to the Women’s National Basketball Association’s Indiana Fever and the National Basketball Association’s Indiana Pacers. Initially, the naming rights were bought by a financial services organization called Conseco. In 2011, it was eventually renamed as the Bankers Life Fieldhouse. This multipurpose arena, found in the downtown area of Indianapolis, is also a known venue for college basketball games, concerts and a variety of other events as well.
A multipurpose sports stadium located in the downtown area of Indianapolis, the Lucas Oil Stadium was opened to the public on the 24th of August 2008. It is the present home field of the National Football League’s Indianapolis Colts. Some of the nicknames of the Lucas Oil Stadium are “The Luke” and “The House That Manning Built”. The design of the stadium was created by HKS, Inc. and highlights a window wall and retractable roof, making it a great indoor and outdoor game field. To make this multipurpose arena blend design-wise with other structure, it was given a reddish brown brick trim exterior.
The Old Natural Centre, which houses the Murat Theatre, was initially called the Murat Shrine. It is currently an entertainment venue owned by the Murat Shriners. It is also known to be the oldest existing stage house in the downtown area of Indianapolis. The Murat Temple was established in 1909 and was named after one of Napoleon’s generals, a Frenchman named Joachim Murat. The theatre was built in the temple in 1910 and played host to a series of Broadway plays and at one point, the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra. Today, the Murat Theatre plays host to a series of performances and events.