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Today Fort Wayne is located in a productive agricultural area. Founded at the center of the three rivers, the city was the summit of the Wabash-Erie Canal. Fort Wayne also sits at the highest point between two Indiana watersheds; hence its nickname, "Summit City".
The Allen County Court House is located downtown and is listed as a National Historic Landmark. Lakeside Rose Garden in Fort Wayne is recognized as one of the nation's largest rose gardens. Another point of interest is the Rivergreenway Trail. This 15-mile long trail offers visitors the opportunity to enjoy bicycling, hiking, jogging and walking.
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Cities in the Fortwayne metro area include: Auburn, Butler, Columbia City, Fort Wayne, Garrett, Huntertown, Huntington, Leo, New Haven, Roanoke, Saint Joe, and Yoder