Bloomington, IN 47401
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is a city in
south central Indiana. Located about 50
miles southwest of Indianapolis, it is the
county seat of Monroe County. As of the 2000
U.S. Census, the city had a total population
of 69,291. Bloomington is the 7th largest
city in Indiana.
Bloomington is the home of Indiana
University's main campus (established in
1820) attended by about 40,000 students and
the largest and original campus of the
Indiana University system. It is also the
home of the Kinsey Institute.
Bloomington's Indiana University campus is
regarded as one of the most beautiful
university campuses in the U.S. In 1991,
Thomas Gaines, a landscape artist, published
a book, The Campus As a Work of Art, and in
it he named the Bloomington campus one of
the five most beautiful campuses in America.
Most of the campus buildings are built of
Indiana limestone. Due to the presence of
the university, Bloomington is more diverse
demographically than is typical for the
Bloomington has been named a Tree City for
more than 20 years. The city was the site of
the Academy Award-winning movie Breaking
Away, featuring the annual IU bicycle race
Bloomington has sister-city relationships
with Posoltega, Nicaragua and Santa Clara,
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