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Nicolet Creative, Inc.
Marketing Consultants
225 South 6th St, Suite 3900 55402 - Minneapolis (MN)
Fbc Remodel
Basement Repair And Restoration
5600 Excelsior Blvd 55416 - Minneapolis (MN)
Nicolet Tech
Computer Consultants
225 South 6th St, Suite 3900 55402 - Minneapolis (MN)
Moxy Minneapolis Uptown
Hotels And Motels
1121 West Lake Street 55408 - Minneapolis (MN)
6128225020, 6128225020
Website Design Service
1330 Lagoon Avenue, 4th Floor 55408 - Minneapolis (MN)
Works Construction
General Contractors
6542 w Lake St 55426-4205 - Minneapolis (MN)
Matt's Tree Svc
Tree Service
2751 Hennepin Ave 55408-1002 - Minneapolis (MN)
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Lying on the banks of the Mississippi River, Minneapolis is a major city in the U.S. state of Minnesota. It is the state’s largest city and the bigger of the Twin Cities, the second of which is the state capital Saint Paul. The city serves as the county seat of Hennepin County. The Minneapolis-Saint Paul Metropolitan Area is the 16th-largest in the U.S., boasting population of around 3.5 million. Nicknamed the “City of Lakes,” Minneapolis has numerous water bodies, including the Mississippi River, thirteen lakes, wetlands and waterfalls.

The area where Minneapolis stands today was originally inhabited by Dakota Sioux. The French were the first Europeans to arrive here, with fur trading initially being the main basis of relations. The area was acquired by the United States from France early 19th century and was recognized as a town in 1856. Minneapolis grew rapidly and was incorporated as a city in 1867. It soon absorbed the older city of St. Anthony. Its name is derived from the combination of the Dakota word “mni” or “minne” and the Greek “polis,” which translates into “Waterfall City.”

Minneapolis’ location at the Falls of St. Anthony made it destined to be a major center of commerce from the very beginning. The falls is the largest source of hydro power on the Mississippi and helped power lumber and power mills around here in the 19th century. The city was once regarded as the flour milling capital of the world. Today, along with Saint Paul, it is the second-largest economic hub in the Midwest, behind Chicago. Minneapolis boasts the fifth-highest concentration of Fortune 500 companies in the U.S.

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