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Nightlife / Party in Minneapolis & St. Paul (Minnesota), United States of America (USA)

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With a population of around 382,500, Minneapolis is the most populous city in the US state of Minnesota. Together with St. Paul, it forms the metropolitan region of the Twin Cities with over 3.5 million inhabitants (as of 2016). The name of the city comes from a combination of two languages, the Dakota Indian word for water ("minne") and the Greek word for city ("polis"). (read on at Wikipedia)

Prefix: +1 (612) | Surface: 151.30 km² | Height: 264 m | Founded: 1850


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    • Viking Bar (Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States)



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