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  1. Minneapolis - Wikipedia

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    Minneapolis (/ ˌmɪniˈæpəlɪs / (listen)) is the most populous city in the U.S. state of Minnesota and the seat of Hennepin County. With an estimated population of 429,606 as of 2019, it is the 46th most populous city in the US. Seven counties encompassing Minneapolis and its neighbor Saint Paul are known as the Twin Cities.

  2. Minneapolis - Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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    We know the American Indians first lived in Minneapolis around Lake Calhoun and St. Anthony Falls waterfall. They are called the Dakota or Ojibwe. They thought St. Anthony Falls was a spiritual place. Dakota hunted, fished, and planted food. The United States wanted the land in 1800 and bought it with the Louisiana Purchase. The army built Fort Snelling. Soon, people from the East Coast or "Yankees" came to Minneapolis. They used the waterfall for their flour mills. They named the new city Minneapolis. It comes from the Dakota (American Indian) words for "waterfall" or Minne ha-ha and the Greek word for "city" or polis.Thus Minneapolis means "City of Waters." A nearby city called St. Anthony then joined with Minneapolis. The first mayor was Dorilus Morrison.

    Minneapolis is flat near the river and hilly away from it. The city is also in the middle of the country. The weather is like many places in America with hot summers and cold winters. The winter is very long, very cold, and there is almost no spring. Summers are humid, meaning a lot of water is in the air, so it feels very muggy. Mosquitos are frequent in the city.

    Some people say that Minneapolis residents are "Minnesota Nice." That means that they are generally more polite than other people. Most residents of Minneapolis live in houses and apartments, and some now live in tall buildings called condos. Kids and parents work and play in the city. Many different people make up what is Minneapolis today. After the Dakota Indian were people from Britain, French Canada, and Spanish Mexico. They were followed by Scandinavians who are from Norway, Denmark, and Sweden. Soon people from almost all parts of the world started arriving including East Europe, Russia, and Asia. Today the newcomers are from East Africa (Somali) and Southeast Asia (Hmong). Once Minneapolis was even larger than it is today with 520,000 people. But many people moved away to suburbs using new highways.

    Lots of big companies are in Downtown in tall skyscraper buildings. These include lawyers, doctors and people in banks. They work near Nicollet Mall where there are restaurants and shops. Minneapolis also has neighborhoods. People there work in small stores too, like barber, grocery, hardware, and coffee shop. Anyone in Minneapolis can get internet to their laptop too.

    There are lots of art and shows in the city. The biggest theater is the Guthrie Theater, and the Children's Theatre Company puts on productions directed at younger audiences. There are also art museums, such as the Minneapolis Institute of Arts and the Walker Art Center.

    Minneapolis hosts lots of sport teams for the state. The Minnesota Vikings play at US Bank Stadium. The Minnesota Twins at Target Field. Nearby is the Target Center where the Minnesota Timberwolvesplay.

  3. Minnesota - Wikipedia

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    Minnesota (/ ˌmɪnɪˈsoʊtə / (listen)) is a state in the upper Midwestern United States. It is known as the "Land of 10,000 Lakes". Its official motto is L'Étoile du Nord, French for "The Star of the North". Of the U.S. states, Minnesota is the 12th largest in area and the 22nd most populous.

    • 86,935.83 sq mi (225,163 km²)
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  4. Minneapolis – Wikipedia

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    Minneapolis (IPA: /ˌmɪniˈæpəlɪs/) är den största staden i delstaten Minnesota i USA och är residensstad i countyt Hennepin. [3] Staden ligger på båda sidor om Mississippifloden precis norr om flodens sammanflöde med floden Minnesota och gränsar till Saint Paul, Minnesotas huvudstad.

  5. Minnesota Vikings - Wikipedia

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    Minnesota beat Dallas in the Wild Card game 27–10, and faced playoff newcomer Kurt Warner and the St. Louis Rams in the Divisional matchup. The game was a shootout that Minnesota led 17–14 at halftime, but the Rams outscored Minnesota 35–20 in the second half to win 49–37. St. Louis would go on to win Super Bowl XXXIV. 2000s

  6. Roosevelt High School (Minnesota) - Wikipedia

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    Roosevelt High School is a public school located in the Standish neighborhood of Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States. A part of the Minneapolis Public Schools, it is named after 26th United States President Theodore Roosevelt. Athletic and other competition teams from the school are nicknamed the Teddies.

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  7. Minneapolis (/ ˌmɪniˈæpəlɪs / (listen)) is the most populous city in the US state of Minnesota and the seat of Hennepin County. With an estimated population of 429,606 as of 2019, it is the 46th most populous city in the US. Seven counties encompassing Minneapolis and its neighbor Saint Paul are known as the Twin Cities.

  8. Minneapolis – Wikipédia

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    A Mississippi folyó két partján helyezkedik el, itt található a St. Anthony nevű vízesés. Minneapolis közelében van a Minnehaha-vízesés, amelyet Longfellowverseiből ismerhetünk.

    Minneapolist 1852-ben alapították, elsősorban skandináv telepesek és 1870-ben 18 000 lakosa volt. A 2000-ben megtartott népszámlálássorán a városban 382 618 lakost regisztráltak, de az agglomerációban élőkkel együtt a népesség eléri a 3 milliót. A 19. század végére a város gabonaipara szinte kialakult, számos nagy őrlőmalommal rendelkezett, amelyek évente mintegy 700 000 tonna lisztet készítettek; faipara is igen fejlett volt, fűrészmalmai 120-140 millió folyóméter fát dolgoztak fel. Nehézipari ágazatban különösen a vasáru-, gép-, lóvasúti kocsigyártásával tűnt ki. (Az egy évben előállított ipari termékek értéke kb. 80 millió dollárvolt.)

    A város jelentősebb épületei közé tartozik a North Western Guarantee Loan Co. 52 méter magas székháza, tetején gyönyörű kertekkel; a Public Library and Art Gallery 50 000 kötet könyvvel, természetr...
    Eliel Saarinen tervezte a Christ Church Lutherannevű templomot.
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