Map full Minnesota State US for Printing

Minnesota is a state located in the Midwestern region of the United States. It is known for its diverse landscapes, numerous lakes, and vibrant cities.

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Here’s a brief overview of some of the main cities and towns, as well as principal roads in Minnesota:

Main Cities and Towns:

  1. Minneapolis: The largest city in the state, located in the southeastern part of Minnesota. It is known for its cultural attractions, including theaters, museums, and a vibrant music scene. Minneapolis is often referred to as the “Twin Cities” along with its neighboring city, St. Paul.
  2. St. Paul: The capital of Minnesota, situated adjacent to Minneapolis. St. Paul is known for its historic architecture, government buildings, and as a cultural and economic hub.
  3. Rochester: Located in the southeastern part of the state, Rochester is known for the Mayo Clinic, one of the world’s most renowned medical centers. It is a major healthcare and technology hub.
  4. Duluth: Situated on the shores of Lake Superior in the northeastern part of the state, Duluth is a port city and a gateway to the scenic North Shore. It is known for its outdoor recreation opportunities.
  5. Bloomington: Home to the Mall of America, one of the largest shopping malls in the United States. Bloomington is located near the Minneapolis-Saint Paul International Airport.
  6. St. Cloud: Located in central Minnesota along the Mississippi River, St. Cloud is a regional hub for education, healthcare, and industry.
  7. Mankato: Situated in the southern part of the state, Mankato is known for its educational institutions and as a regional center for manufacturing and healthcare.

Principal Roads:

  1. Interstate 35 (I-35): A major north-south interstate highway that connects the Twin Cities to Duluth and the Canadian border to the north and Des Moines, Iowa to the south.
  2. Interstate 94 (I-94): Runs east-west through the state, connecting the Twin Cities to Fargo, North Dakota in the west and Eau Claire, Wisconsin in the east.
  3. U.S. Route 52 (US 52): Travels north-south through the state, connecting the Twin Cities to Rochester and the Iowa border.
  4. U.S. Route 61 (US 61): Runs along the eastern edge of the state, parallel to the Mississippi River, connecting the Twin Cities to Duluth.
  5. Minnesota State Highway 371 (MN 371): Connects the Twin Cities to the northern part of the state, passing through cities like Brainerd.

These are just a few examples, and the state has an extensive network of highways and roads connecting various cities and towns across its diverse landscape.

Author: Kirill Shrayber, Ph.D.

I have been working with vector cartography for over 25 years, including GPS, GIS, Adobe Illustrator and other professional cartographic software.

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