Other cities and towns in Minnesota
Minnesota's capital Saint Paul, with riverboat. The city on the east bank of the Mississippi River adjoins Minneapolis, the state's largest city. Together they form Minneapolis–Saint Paul metropolitan area with about 3.5 million people (est. 2017).
Image: Jonathan Miske
Aitkin, Albert Lea, Alexandria, Anoka, Austin, Bagley, Baudette, Bemidji, Blue Earth, Brainerd, Breckenridge, Brooklyn Park, Burnsville, Cloquet, Coon Rapids, Crookston, Detroit Lakes, East Grand Forks, Eden Prairie, Elk River, Ely, Fairmont, Faribault, Fergus Falls, Grand Marais, Grand Portage, Grand Rapids, Granite Falls, Hallock, Hibbing, Hutchinson, International Falls, Lakeville, Litchfield, Little Falls, Luverne, Madison, Mahnomen, Mankato, Marshall, Milaca, Montevideo, Moorhead, Morris, New Ulm, Northfield, Northome, Olivia, Ortonville, Owatonna, Park Rapids, Pine City, Pipestone, Preston, Red Wing, Redwood Falls, Roseau, Sauk Centre, St. Cloud, St. James, St. Peter, Thief River Falls, Two Harbors, Virginia, Wadena, Walker, Warren, Warroad, Willmar, Windom, Winona, and Worthington.
Lakefront skyline of Duluth, a major port city at Lake Superior in Minnesota.
Image: Tony Webster