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Allen County

Fort Wayne Murals
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Allen County | Fort Wayne

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Hometown | Minsk, Belarus

Location | 201 W. Wayne St., Fort Wayne, IN 46802

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Cultural Heritage and Diversity

Fort Wayne remains the epicenter for cultural diversity in Northeast Indiana, representing several dozen nationalities, an active Sister Cities program, a large influence of German, Irish, African American and Burmese families. Allen County's diversity is expressed with over 100 languages spoken in the city.

The Convergence of Three Rivers

Fort Wayne is built at the convergence of three rivers which meander through the city and eventually make one of the largest tributaries to Lake Erie in nearby Toledo. The rivers are the backbone of the city’s historic economy and prominence as a center for innovation.

A History as Makers

From the invention of the gas pump by Sylvanias Freelove Bowser to the invention of the television by Philo Farnsworth, Fort Wayne has been the leader in new, innovative ideas that solve the needs of every American. Fort Wayne is also the original home of the NBA and the first professional baseball game and the first professional night baseball game. Fort Wayne has remained a leader in civic rights including the home of the Hamilton sisters and Addie Guldlin, both significant in the Women’s Suffrage movement which celebrates 100 years in 2020.

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