Minnesota, also known as "Land of 10,000 Lakes," has over 15,000 lakes that are larger than 10 acres. The number of lakes is so vast that many of the lakes' names are used multiple times. The 10 most commonly used lake n... More »

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The five largest lakes in Minnesota are Red Lake, Mille Lacs Lake, Leech Lake, Lake Winnibigoshish and Lake Vermilion. Other major lakes include Lake Kabetogama, Lake Minnetonka and Otter Tail Lake. Lake Superior of the ... More »

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Lake Superior, Lake of the Woods and Mille Lacs are some important lakes in the state of Minnesota. Some of the lakes share their shorelines with other countries. More »

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Although nicknames the "Land of 10,000 Lakes, the state has 11,842 lakes that are 10 acres or larger according to Minnesota's Department of Natural Resources. Depending on the definition used to measure a lake, the numbe... More »

Some interesting facts about Muskego, Wisconsin are that the city allows livestock and fowl only on land that is 2.75 acres or larger and that the city has winter parking regulations in effect from December 1 until April... More »

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The National Shrine of Mary, Help of Christians, sits on Holy Hill, which is located 30 miles northwest of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and occupies 435 acres. Each year, over 500,000 visit the shrine, operated by Discalced (ba... More »

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The capital of Minnesota is Saint Paul, which is the second-largest city in the state in terms of population. As of 2013, 294,873 people lived in Saint Paul. The capital is located so close to Minneapolis, the state's mo... More »

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