Minnesota Flea Markets, State Facts, Photos and more


Above: This Minnesota Flea Markets treasure is a valuable carousel horse found at the Annual Gold Rush Days in Oronoco. 

Photo: http://fleamarketstylemag.blogspot.com/






Top 5 Minnesota Flea Markets


1. The Wright County Swappers Meet in Annandale is an outdoor market featuring anywhere from 200 to 500 vendors. The meet is open Saturdays from 8am to 2pm, April through October, and also on Fridays during some holiday weekends. Call 320-274-9005.

2. In Minneapolis, try the Midway Shopping Center Flea Market at Snelling and Highway 36, held on Saturdays.

3. In St. Paul, forage around the popular Antique Spectacular and Flea Market, held at the Minnesota State Fairgrounds in St. Paul in April, June and October. This flea market features more than 400 retailers Call 651-771-3476.

4. When in Rochester, visit the Olmstead County Gold Rush Antique Show & Flea Market at the Fairgrounds, featuring about a thousand vendors. This event is held in May, August and September. In cold weather, the event takes place on Sundays at the Mayo Civic Center. Call 641-832-2700.

5. Round off your Minnesota flea markets tour at the Annual Gold Rush Days in Downtown Oronoco, held every year on the 3rd weekend in August, and featuring about 1,200 booths. Call 507-367-2111




Above: Calhoun Isles overlooking downtown Minneapolis.

Photo: davidabele.com




facts about minnesota


1. Minnesota's official state flower is the Lady Slipper.

2. Minnesota's official state tree is the Norway Pine.

3. Minnesota 's official state bird is the Common Loon.

4. Three out of five Minnesota residents live in the Twin Cities area. 

5. There are more than twenty regularly scheduled Minnesota flea markets. 

6. Minnesota is divided into four geographical regions: Arrowhead, Heartland, Southern and Twin Cities Metro.

7. The five largest cities in Minnesota (by population size) are Minneapolis, Saint Paul, Rochester, Duluth and Bloomington, in that order.

8. The state of Minnesota features 64 State Parks and one National Park.




Above: Minnehaha Falls, Minneapolis.

Photo: http://familytravel.everything-everywhere.com



universities in minnesota


The state of Minnesota is home to 18 universities. Here is an alphabetical list:


  1. Bethel University in St. Paul
  2. Capella University in Minneapolis
  3. Hamline University in St. Paul
  4. Minnesota State University at Bemidji
  5. Minnesota State University at Minneapolis-St.Paul
  6. Minnesota State University at Mankato
  7. Minnesota State University at Moorhead
  8. Minnesota State University at Marshall
  9. Minnesota State University at St. Cloud
  10. Minnesota State University at Winona
  11. Northern Central University in Minneapolis
  12. St. John's University in Collegeville
  13. St. Mary's University of Minnesota in Minneapolis
  14. University of Minnesota at Crookston
  15. University of Minnesota at Duluth
  16. University of Minnesota at Morris
  17. University of Minnesota at Twin Cities
  18. University of St. Thomas in St. Paul

 



Above: Downtown Minneapolis, home of many hundred retailers and swap meets, not to mention three university campuses.

Photo: yelp.com




Above: Sunrise over St. Paul.

Photo: http://www.flickr.com/photos/jtmillphoto/7729579022/





Above: The Cathedral of St. Paul. 

Photo: lifeondoverbeach.wordpress.com


 



Above: The quaint village of Rushford surrounded in gently rolling hills and fertile farmland.

Photo: http://www.flickr.com/photos/jtmillphoto/7729579022/




Above: The sweet little city of Winona. Rumor has it that Winona Ryder was born here.

Visible in the distance is a Minnesota State University campus.

Photo: born-palace.deviantart.com

 



Above: Linden at Lake Harriet. 

Photo: skyscrapercity.com


 



Above: Farmland outside of Lanesboro. 

Photo: cynthiafleury.photoshelter.com




Above: A frozen winter sunset over Red Lake

photo: workingpress.photoagency.com



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