Is Indianapolis in the southern U.S.A?
I know Indiana is a Northern state but geographicaly Indianapolis is at the same longtatude as Washington D.C. which is the southern United States. Please anwser thanks.
- Anonymous9 years agoFavorite Answer
Nope. All of Indiana is considered Northern, specifically part of the Mid-West United States.
- TeejSSX16Lv 69 years ago
Nope, it isconsidered a northern city because it is in a northern state. It also is a little bit higher in latitude, or closer north. Take a look.
Washington D.C. is considered a southern state only because it is below the mason dixon line, but Indianapolis is not.