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by Rick Wyatt, 15 October 1997
The flag's design is basically a rough sketch of downtown Indianapolis. The flag is very new, maybe only 10 yrs old or so. The colors are very American: red, white, and blue (popular colors for other countries too). The lateral line represents Market Street, the longitudinal line represents Meridian Street, and of course, the star in a circle represents the center of downtown Indianapolis, which has a roundabout in its center. Indianapolis is known as "the circle city" because of this roundabout (they're not very popular in the Midwest like they are in Europe or the East Coast), as well as an interstate (intrastate would be more correct) that circles the city of Indianapolis.
Vincent, 15 October 1997