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Minnesota is the land of 10,000 lakes and 6000 streams. It has 5 million people and more than 50 colleges and universities. The state can be divided into four regions.
The Twin Cities Metropolitan Area is the state's economic and cultural hub. It is home to 60 percent of Minnesota's population, and includes the historic city of Saint Paul and the economic powerhouse of Minneapolis. This is the most affordable place in America to live well, according to Forbes Magazine. Residents can choose from big city living, old town centers, water front neighborhoods and classic old suburbs. Market Watch identified it as the top metro area in the country for business.
Northwestern Minnesota is the state's Lake district. It is home to thousands of Lakes and is a popular place for cabins and vacation properties. The region includes the headwaters of the Mississippi River as well as the fertile Red River Valley. Major communities include Saint Cloud, Brainerd and Moorhead.
Northeastern Minnesota is a wildereness area with spectacular scenery. The North Shore of Lake Superior is a 150-mile-long region that extends from Duluth to the Canadian border. The communities of Grand Marais and Ely provide access to the 3.9 million acre Superior National Forest and famed Boundary Waters Canoe Area.
Southern Minnesota is a land of farms, rivers and mid-sized metropolitan areas. The Minnesota River travels more than 200 miles through the region until it joins the Mississippi Riverthat flows another 100 miles to the Iowa Border. This riverfront corridor features spring-fed streams and historic small towns. Larger communities include Rochester, famous for the Mayo Clinic and Austin with the less famous Spam Museum.