The state of Minnesota is the birthplace of the Mississippi River and offers a unique combination of natural progress, social and art directed to the protection of its abundant natural resources. It is part of life in their cities, with festivals and fairs each county that offer music, food and crafts. Not to forget the scenic drives that allow visitors to explore every corner of this country.

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The state of Minnesota is situated in the central northwestern United States, which borders the north by the Canadian provinces of Manitoba and Ontario, on the east by Wisconsin and Lake Superior, Iowa on the south and west by North Dakota and South Dakota. It has a population of 5,303,925 people distributed in 87 counties within a surface of 139,914 square miles. It is the heart of the U.S. and is famous for its vast presence of water with nearly 15,000 lakes. Its capital is Saint Paul.


Aitkin Anoka Becker
Beltrami Benton Big Stone
Blue Earth Brown Carlton
Carver Cass Chippewa
Chisago Clay Clearwater
Cook Cottonwood Crow Wing
Dakota Dodge Douglas
Faribault Fillmore Freeborn
Goodhue Grant Hennepin
Houston Hubbard Isanti
Itasca Jackson Kanabec
Kandiyohi Kittson Koochiching
Lac Qui Parle Lake Lake Of The Woods
Le Sueur Lincoln Lyon
Mahnomen Marshall Martin
Mcleod Meeker Mille Lacs
Morrison Mower Murray
Nicollet Nobles Norman
Olmsted Otter Tail Pennington
Pine Pipestone Polk
Pope Ramsey Red Lake
Redwood Renville Rice
Rock Roseau Saint Louis
Scott Sherburne Sibley
Stearns Steele Stevens
Swift Todd Traverse
Wabasha Wadena Waseca
Washington Watonwan Wilkin
Winona Wright Yellow Medicine