Indianapolis is the twelfth largest city in the United States and it is also the capitol of the state of Indiana. The city of Indianapolis is about 372 square miles in area Indiana became a state on December 11, 1816 and was the 19th state. Indianapolis was selected as the site of the new state capital in 1820. The city has been called both The Amateur Sports Capital of the World and The Racing Capital of the World. Indianapolis has been home of the Indy 500 since 1911. Indianapolis Motor Speedway hosts three major motor racing events every year: the Indianapolis 500, the Brickyard 400, and the Red Bull Indianapolis Grand Prix. The NCAA Hall of Champions is also located here. You can walk through the city’s Canal Walk that stretches north through White River State Park to 11th Street. On the Canal Walk you can see the The USS Indianapolis National Memorial dedicated to those that lost their lives in the 1945 sinking of the USS Indianapolis. The Indiana War Memorial Plaza Historic District has two museums, three parks, and 24 acres of monuments, statues, sculptures, and fountains in the heart of downtown Indianapolis, making the state’s capital second only to Washington D.C. in acreage and number of monuments dedicated to veterans.
We just received a brand new design on the New York City Bear Travel Souvenir. Be one of the first to get this brand new design today.
This blue New York City Bear stuffed animal travel souvenir is embroidered with it’s city name, The Empire State Building and an apple. Every Symbolz city bear is complete with a colorful ribbon around its neck and a heart shaped American flag on its foot. That is how you know that this is an original city bear travel souvenir.
Each Symbolz city bear travel souvenir measures about eight inches in height, head to toe, and seven inches wide, paw to paw.
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Bunker Hill Day Specials, All Massachusetts State Bear And Boston City Bear Travel Souvenir.
All Massachusetts State Bears, Boston City Bears and all Massachusetts and Boston Travel Souvenir are on special for today only June 18th, in observance of Bunker Hill Day 2012. During checkout if you enter in the code BUNKERHILL2012 you will receive 10% off of these selected items.
The battle of Bunker Hill took place at Breeds Hill on June 17th, 1775. This battle was during the siege of Boston and a very important part of the Revolutionary War as the first major battle. The battle was a victory for the British as far as winning the ground, but taking in to account the casualties and overall impact of the battle it also did great things for the Colonists.
Bunker Hill Day is a legal holiday in Suffolk County, Massachusetts. It is celebrated with parades and events all over the County and city of Boston. There is a Congressman that is trying to make Bunker Hill Day a Federal Holiday due to the importance of the battle in The American War of Independence. There are also several arguments as to the validity of Bunker Hill Day as an actual Holiday.
Today the Bunker Hill Monument is a 221 foot granite oblisk and is park of the National Park Service.
If you do not already have your Massachusetts State Bear, Boston City Bear or a Massachusetts Travel Souvenir you can get one today Bunker Hill Day, and save 10% buy using the code BUNKERHILLDAY2012 at checkout.