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The skyline of Minneapolis, Minnesota. The Twin Cities, Minneapolis and neighboring Saint Paul, comprise the nation's 13th-largest metropolitan area. Variously named America's most literate city and the capital of corporate philanthropy, Minneapolis is known for its progressive politics and for a long association with the arts.  
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Minneapolis and the frozen Mississippi River. Billed as 'The City of Lakes,' Minneapolis is known for its abundance of waterways, including more than 20 lakes and the mighty Mississippi, which runs right between the Twin Cities.  
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Minneapolis's Grand Rounds Scenic Byway. The byway is a series of parks, lakes, and parkways that form a greenspace encircling the city.  
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Spoonbridge and Cherry by Claes Oldenburg and Coosje Van Bruggen is one of the most popular of the monumental works in the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden, which adjoins the Walker Art Center, Minneapolis's renowned contemporary art museum.  
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A fresh snowfall in the countryside near Saint Paul. In winter, you don't have to travel far from the Twin Cities to find peaceful scenes like this.  
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In the summer, Minneapolis has more than a dozen farmers' markets offering fresh, local meats and produce.  
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Designed by Argentine architect Cesar Pelli, the energy-efficient Minneapolis Central Library features a green roof and massive glass panes that allow for passive solar heating.  
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Right in the heart of downtown Saint Paul, Rice Park is bounded by the Ordway Center for the Performing Arts, the grand Central Library, and the historic Saint Paul Hotel.  
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Minnehaha Falls in Minnehaha Park, part of Minneapolis's Grand Rounds Scenic Byway.  
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Mill Ruins Park at night. This park in downtown Minneapolis features the preserved ruins of four abandoned flour mills and offers visitors a history of milling in the city, which was once the center of flour milling in the United States.  
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