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City Album: Roseville and Falcon Heights, MN
Two inner-ring suburbs bordering St. Paul, Roseville has approximately 33,000 people and Falcon Heights roughly 5,000 people. The former is a major commercial center for the east metro while the latter is the technical home of the Minnesota State Fair and University of Minnesota- St. Paul Campus.
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Special Feature: Minnesota State Fair
Held at the very end of summer, the Minnesota State Fair draws together over 2 million people a year to the fairgrounds located in Falcon Heights, a small suburb adjacent to Saint Paul. The fair is famed for its reputation for putting everything on a stick. These pictures were taken in late August 2001, the year of the deep-fried candy bar on a stick.
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Neighborhoods: Downtown East/West (Street Views)
These two neighborhoods are bunched together as they all make up the Minneapolis CBD.
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Design Center: Image Bank (U of M)
The following are a series of aerial photos taken through the Twin Cities and documented by the Design Center for American Urban Landscape, part of the University of Minnesota. All the following pictures are property of the Design Center (www.designcenter.umn.edu); make sure to visit their Image Bank to see their extensive archive of Twin Cities photos. I have no legal claim over any of these pictures; anyone interested in using them must consult the Design Center for information. This is a small representation of the images on their site.

NOTE: Images in this album have been doctored in Photoshop (brightness, contrast, sharpness, etc.), so they will look different from the original Image Bank website.
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Other: Random Stuff
Things that just can't fit in an existing album go here. This is a wild card type of album.
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City Album: Duluth, MN and Superior, WI
The most inland freshwater port in the world, Duluth sits on the far southwestern corner of Lake Superior, across from its smaller Wisconsin counterpart, Superior (also featured in this album). The incredibly hilly city has a population of approximately 80,000 and is the largest city in northern Minnesota. Despite the decline of industry, its status as the shipping point for Minnesota's iron industry and the gateway to the North Shore make it an important (and beautiful) city.
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Unsorted Photos
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