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  • St. Anthony Falls in Minneapolis
    Photo from Rob Bostad
  • A parade of beautiful homes
  • Mississippi River gorge between the Twin Cities
  • Minneapolis ~ City of Lakes
    Minneapolis: City of Lakes
  • Frank Gehry-designed Weisman Art Museum
    Frank Gehry-designed Weisman Art Museum
  • Target Baseball Field - Rod Carew
  • Minnehaha Falls
  • Minnesota Vikings football stadium
  • Saint Paul
    Photo: LivInnMaplewood.com
  • "Minnesota" means "water that reflects the sky"
 

Exploring Minneapolis and Saint Paul, Minnesota

Welcome visitors to Minneapolis and St. Paul, Minnesota...the Twin Cities.

This web site is devoted to providing you information on interesting attractions to see during your visit.

Both cities are connected by the Mississippi River like pearls on a necklace.  The two centers are located 13 miles apart, with Saint Paul being downstream.  The great river begins at Lake Itasca in northern Minnesota, a bit over 200 miles upstate, before passing through the Twin Cities, then meandering onward toward the Gulf of Mexico.

Enjoy your visit!

 

 

Washburn Water Tower Minneapolis

Among the most intriguing structures in Minneapolis, the Washburn Water Tower, with its eagles and knights protectively overseeing the fascinating Tangletown neighborhood, rich in stunning home architecture nestled in a hardwood forest.

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Saint Paul's Rice Park

Rice Park is the centerpiece of downtown Saint Paul. Surrounded by magnificent old buildings, a luxury hotel, a concert hall, museums,and many intriguing statues, it is the ideal place for a St. Paul walk-about.

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Cathedrals and Churches

This tour visits many classical-style cathedrals and churches throughout the Twin Cities area.

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