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Nestled along the White River, approximately forty miles south of Indianapolis, is the twentieth largest city of Indiana. The city of Columbus has had many notable distinctions in the last few years, including the 11th safest city in the country and one of the 10 most playful towns.
Columbus has its share of historical buildings and historical landmarks. The Crump Theater, built in 1889, is the oldest theater in Indiana and the 1954 Irwin Union Bank has been recognized for its unique architecture.
Architecture has remained an important facet for the City of Columbus, inspiring the city's nickname "Athens of the Prairie". There are more than fifty city buildings that represent modern architecture. The city's athletic facilities, walking trails and parks round, out the city's assets.
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