St. Paul, MN is located in Ramsey County, which is the smallest county of Minnesota. As of 2013, the estimated population of St. Paul was 294,873.
Along with Minneapolis, St. Paul is known as one of the "Twin Cities". St. Paul was founded as a transportation and trading center near Native American settlements. The city is well-known for being the junction of two major rivers of the United States: the Mississippi River and the Minnesota River. St. Paul's climate is typical of any Midwestern state in the United States. Summers are very hot and humid, while winter months are cold and snowy.