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Welcome to Evansville, Indiana.
Eveansville is situated on an oxbow in the Ohio River, and is often nicknamed Crescent Valley or River City. In honor of the Ohio River's grandeur, French explorer named the city Belle Riviere, meaning the beautiful river. The city was founded in 1812, but the area has been inhabited for nearly 10,000 years by various cultures, including Native Americans. Evansville is today the largest city in Southern Indiana with around 117,500 people, and is the commercial, medical and cultural hub of the region. There are several well-known schools for higher learning in the city, including University of Evansville, University of Southern Indiana and the nationally praised Signature School. Another acclaimed institution in Evansville is the Evansville Vanderburgh Public Library, which is part of an award-winning library system in Indiana. In 2008, readers of Kiplinger voted Evansville as the best city in America to live, work, and play. Evansville boasts plenty of gorgeous open space, including the Wesselman Woods Nature Preserve. The preserve is a National Natural Landmark spanning across 200 acres of virgin bottomland hardwood forest, and features a Nature Center with exhibits, events, wildlife observation areas and more. Next to the preserve you'll find a terrific golf course, basketball and tennis courts, ball fields and a playground. In addition, Evansville offers residents an extensive park system with 65 parks and 21 recreation facilities, as well as a continuously growing network of multi-use trails. An outing perfect for families with kids is the Burdette Park's aquatic center, which offers fun stuff like water slides, several pools and snack bars. Besides plenty of watery amusement, the Burdette Park also features a BMX racing track, batting cages, softball diamonds; as well as miniature golf and fishing locations! For culture, check out the Victory Theatre, a vintage 1,950-seat venue that features splendid, classic performances by the Evansville Philharmonic Orchestra. The theater also hosts ballet and contemporary dance companies, local theater establishments and other touring productions. Curiously, one of the best places to see theater in Evansville is at the university. The University of Evansville is actually home to one of the top-rated theatre programs in the nation, and has been awarded more times at The Kennedy Center than any other theater institution! So whether you're trying to be an actor or just in town to enjoy quality entertainment Evansville is the place to be.
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