Minneapolis is the largest city in Minnesota. The city lies in the southern part of the state, and it is found where Mississippi River confluence with the Minnesota River. Minneapolis forms Twin Cities with St. Paul, the largest metropolitan area in the U.S. north-central region. Communities that live in the outcast of Minneapolis, we have Brooklyn Park in the northwest, Richfield and Bloomington in the south, Plymouth and St. Louis Park in the west, and the Columbian Heights in the north.
Minneapolis is blessed with several natural physical features that can act as a tourist attraction. This populous city is in a relatively plain area and therefore has 22 lakes and lagoons, not forgetting the 170 parks, the city has also been affected by water damage on multiple occasions. The famous national River Mississippi runs through this city. Have you ever heard of Minnehaha Falls? Water flowing eastwards from Minnehaha creeks falls 16 meters down over a mountain forming the waterfalls. The climate in this city is cool, and it has long, cold winters and warm summers. Minneapolis covers 150 square kilometers, which are equivalent to 58 square miles.