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What are some of the major landforms in Indiana?

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Indiana is home to various landforms, including hills, canyons, waterfalls, caves, rivers and lakes. The north central part of Indiana consists of hilly farmlands, whereas the southern part is mostly hilly.

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What are some of the major landforms in Indiana?
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The state of Indiana is located between Ohio and Illinois, with Lake Michigan bordering it on the northern edge. The average elevation is 700 feet. The landscape of the state allows for a considerable amount of agriculture, manufacture and mining. The most important river in Indiana is the Ohio, which is also the border with Kentucky. Other significant rivers in Indiana include Tippecanoe River, Kankakee River, Patoka River and White River.

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