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The state of Minnesota is also located in the north of the USA and has an external border with the Canadian provinces of Ontario and Manitoba. The capital of Minnesota is Saint Paul, which has a population of about 308,000. The largest city in the state is Minneapolis with a population of 383,000. Together, the two cities form the Twin Cities metropolitan area. Minnesota is also known as the land of 10,000 lakes, which is a bit of an understatement because the truth is that there are nearly 12,000 lakes in the state. Except for Alaska, Minnesota is both the northernmost and the coldest of all states in the USA. The highest mountain in Minnesota is Eagle
Mountain. It is 701 meters high. Lake Itasca is located in Minnesota source of the Mississippi River. Minnesota is located on the Great Lake and its shore is characterized by a steep rocky coast in some places. Check Ask4Beauty for more information about the state of Minnesota.

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Minneapolis, city in the state of Minnesota, on the Mississippi, opposite the twin city of Saint Paul on the east bank, with 368,000 inhabitants. (agglom. Minneapolis-Saint Paul: 2.4 million inhabitants). The cities together are often referred to as Twin Cities. See allcitypopulation for latest population of Minneapolis. Minneapolis is the state’s largest city and center of commerce,… Read More »

The Climate of Minnesota

According to Abbreviation Finder, Minnesota (MN) is a state in the north of the United States. Minnesota borders Canada and is partly located on Lake Superior (Lake Superior). The landscape has dramatic rock formations in the north and mainly consists of gentler slopes in the south. It is striking that both the highest point (Eagle… Read More »

Minnesota History Timeline

Minnesota is the northernmost contiguous US state and the only state lying north of the 49th Parallel of the contiguous 48 US states. Referred to as the “Land of 10,000 Lakes”, there are 11,842 lakes within its borders, as well as 6,564 natural rivers and countless streams. The name Minnesota was derived from the Dakota… Read More »