The Indy International Festival shares food and traditions from around the world

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Indianapolis, Ind. (November 23, 2014) -- Music, dancing, art and plenty of food -- it's all part of the 38th Annual Indy International Festival. It's the largest and longest running celebration of its kind in central Indiana. More than 50 ethic groups share their history and traditions. The event lasts from noon to 6 p.m. on Sunday.


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