Minnesota State Map

The State of Minnesota derives its name from the Dakota word for Minnesota River meaning “Clear Blue Water.” The state has 11,842 Minnesota lakes and is commonly known as the “Land of 10,000 Lakes.”

This Map of Minnesota represents the physical and political geography of the state with well researched data. The expanse of the state is elaborated with terrain placements, primary and secondary cities and interlinking networks of highways. It also encompasses the urban layout of 5 major settlements in separate box frames. State boundary is demarcated with contrasting tone.

The diverse topography of Minnesota with mountains, lakes, national parks and forest areas can be located effortlessly on the map. The Red River, the Big Woods and Eagle Mountain are the major terrain features that can be found on the map.

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The State of Minnesota derives its name from the Dakota word for Minnesota River meaning “Clear Blue Water.” The state has 11,842 Minnesota lakes and is commonly known as the “Land of 10,000 Lakes.”

The Map Minnesota depicts the physical and political layout of the state with in-depth factual detailing. In planimetric layout the map shows state boundaries and international demarcations with line margins and contrasting tones. Other urban placements include, marking of primary cities, secondary cities, airports, National Parks, State Parks and recreational areas.

Physical attributes like mountain peaks, plateaus, rivers and lakes can also be located with ease. Primary and secondary highways are specifically numbered and can be identified in a glance. Separate frames highlight an elaborate know-how of five major settlements which includes a useful city map of the downtown area of Saint Paul, the state capital.

The map is also furnished with a city town index, County index, driving distance chart, miniature United States locator indicating the placement of Minnesota and a digitized flag of the State.

  • Where is Minnesota on the map?

    Minnesota is a part of the upper midwest, Great lake region of the United States. It Shares a Lake Superior water border with the state of Michigan and Wisconsin to the east. It also shares a land border with Wisconsin. Iowa can be placed in the southern border while North and South Dakota can be placed in the west. It shares an international border with Canadian province of Ontario and Manitoba the north.

  • Region Location on the map of Minnesota

    According to the USCB the State of Minnesota falls under the Midwest Region in west north central Division 4. The other states under these divisions are Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota and South Dakota.

  • Counties in Minnesota

    Minnesota is divided into 87 counties. Saint Louis is the largest county by area whereas Hennepin County is the largest by population.

  • Time Zone in Minnesota

    Minnesota falls under the Central Time Zone and follows the Central Standard Time (CST) which is 6 hours behind Greenwich meantime.

  • ZIP Code of Minnesota

    The Range of Zip codes in Minnesota is from 55001-56763.

Major cities of Minnesota

The State of Minnesota is the second northernmost state of the contiguous US and the 12th largest in terms of area. The Capital City Saint Paul along with all primary and secondary towns and cities are captioned in their true location. Placements of major urban settlements are highlighted with box indicators and elaborated in insets. It encompasses cities that map insets of Downtown Saint Paul, Downtown Minneapolis, Rochester, Duluth, Twin Cities and North eastern Minnesota.

  • Downtown Saint Paul City Frame

    Saint Paul is the capital and the second most populous city of Minnesota. It is the seat of Ramsey County. Downtown Saint Paul is the official neighborhood of the capital city. The global water provider for energy technology, Ecolab has its headquarters in the downtown area along with Minnesota State College and universities. The lower part of the town is a historic district. Places of interest that can be located on the inset include parks, cultural centers and museums. US Highway 52 forms the eastern boundary of the area whereas Interstate 35E and 94 run through the northern side of the neighborhood. Metro lanes and skywalk systems are also incorporated in the inset.

  • Downtown Minneapolis City Frame

    Minneapolis is the largest city of the state and the seat of Hennepin County. Downtown Minneapolis is the commercial and business center of the city. The Mississippi river forms the northern boundary of east downtown. It is also known as the mill district which contains a number of Mill properties and museums. Interstate 35W runs along the eastern boundary of the neighborhood. Downtown West is the larger part of central Minneapolis and the heart of the city. Notable buildings like the Foshay Tower and the IDS Center can be placed on the frame along with Loring Park. All highways are specifically numbered and rails routes serving the city are also drawn out elaborately.

  • Rochester City Frame

    Nicknamed the “ med city” as it is home to Mayo Clinic one of the largest and most well-respected medical facilities in the world. Rochester is located on the banks of Zumbro River and is the seat of Olmsted County. Rochester has many parks, the largest which are Silver Lake and Soldiers Field. Mayo Clinic is the economic focal point of the city. Parks, recreational areas, museums and other notable buildings can be placed on the frame with clarity. The transportation network is easy to identify with numbered highways and colored route maps. The city is served by US Highway 14, 62 and 63. Interstate 90 passes through the northern edge of the city.

  • Duluth City Frame

    Duluth is the second largest city on Lake Superior and the fourth largest city in the state of Minnesota. It is a port city and the seat of Saint Louis County. Tourist attractions include freshwater aquariums, zoos, railroad museums, Stone observation tower Enger, Glensheen Historic Estate, Leif Erikson park, Jay Cooke park, gardens and recreational areas. Universities, utility centers, airport locations and notable buildings can also be placed on the inset. Highways are numbered and can be easily identified. Major highways that serve the city include te 35 and 535, National highway 2 and 53 and a number of state highways along with other primary roads.

  • Twin Cities Inset Frame

    The twin cities of Minneapolis and Saint Paul are urban centers that are in close geographical proximity to each other. It is a major metropolitan area developed around the most populous city of Minneapolis and the state capital Saint Paul . The twin cities’ economy is rated 13th largest in the nation and the second largest in the Midwest region. Points of interest include art centers, museums, IDS Center, Capella Towers, Wells Fargo Center, City Hall, Foshay Tower, historical sites and Universities. All highways serving the area are specifically numbered. The area is served with a number of freeways, Interstate highways 35, 94, 394,494 and 694. US highways, primary roads of the state rail routes and airport locations are also included in the frame.

Legend

The legend lays out details on major airports, national parks, military installation and highways, important roads and other details of the title frame.

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SKU globeturner-GT046-ST-MN-16-1
Size 24 x 24.75 in
Publisher Name Globe Turner
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