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ST. PAUL
Minnesota, U.S.A.
TWIN CITY BY THE RIVER
Welcome to St. Paul, Minnesota.
St. Paul is the capital of Minnesota and the second-most populous city in the state with around 297,640 residents. St. Paul is situated by the confluence of the Mississippi and Minnesota Rivers, which has largely defined the city's physical characteristics. The rivers and St. Paul's dramatic palisades were carved into the region during the last ice age, placing the city in a beautiful landscape surrounded by water. The City of St. Paul emerged as a trading and transportation center during the 19th century, and its history and growth as a landing port area is tied to the large rivers. The two cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul together form what is commonly known as Twin Cities, an area that has a metropolitan population of 3.5 million people. While Minneapolis is the better known of the two, St. Paul is actually home to the state government and other important institutions. St. Paul has its own reasons for fame, including the Xcel Energy Center (home to the NHL Team Minnesota Wild), as well as the Science Museum of Minnesota. The city is also a large business hub, and boast large headquarters to major companies like Ecolab. The City of St. Paul features plenty of entertainment, including the Como Zoo and Conservatory and numerous festivals like the Saint Paul Winter Carnival. Culture buffs can venture downtown to the historic Landmark center, where several cultural and arts organization can be found, or one of the many esteemed museums. Areas for outdoor recreation includes the Indian Mounds Park, Battle Creek Regional Park, Harriet Island Regional Park and several other large public spaces. The city is also home to a vibrant performing arts scene, with many excellent theatre and music venues. Great Jazz musicians have taken the stage at the Artists' Quarter, which today hosts live music and the Soapboxing Poetry Slam. Also worth a visit is the Turf Club in Midway, a music scene landmark since the 1940s.
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