Minnesota's five largest cities and their populations are:
Minneapolis: 385,542 (Twin Cities metro)
St. Paul: 281,262 (Twin Cities metro)
Rochester: 107,890 (Southeast MN)
Duluth: 84,419 (Northeast MN)
Bloomington: 82,960 (Twin Cities metro)
Between 2000 and 2010, 4 of the 5 largest cities lost people. The only one to gain people was Rochester, which gained around 23,000 people.
St. Paul, Minneapolis, Rochester, Duluth, Bloomington, Eden Prairie, Apple Valley, Maple Grove, Baxter, Bemidji, Blaine, Brainerd, Brooklyn Park, Buffalo, Burnsville, Coon Rapids, Eagan, Edina, Maplewood, Minnetonka, Plymouth, Richfield, Roseville, St. Cloud, Elk River, Mankato
Most of the cities in Minnesota have grown. Here are the official 2000 census numbers. It will be interesting to see what the 2010 numbers are when they are released in 2011.
1 Minneapolis 382,578
2 St. Paul 285,068
3 Rochester 106,769 *
4 Duluth 86,265 *
5 Bloomington 82,893
6 Brooklyn Park 75,781
7 Plymouth 70,576
8 St. Cloud 65,842 *
9 Eagan 64,206
10 Woodbury 61,961
11 Maple Grove 61,567
12 Coon Rapids 61,476
13 Eden Prairie 60,797
14 Burnsville 60,306
15 Blaine 57,186
16 Lakeville 55,954
17 Minnetonka 49,834
18 Apple Valley 49,084
* indicates that the city is NOT in the Twin Cities metro.
Minneapolis is number one with a population of 382,618. St. Paul comes in second with a population of 287,151. Rochester's population is 106,769. Duluth has a population of 86,918, followed by Bloomington, which has 85,172. The rest of the top 11 most populated cities of the state are as follows: Brooklyn Park - 67,388, Plymouth - 65,894, Eagan - 63,557, Coon Rapids - 61,607, Burnsville - 60,220, and St. Cloud - 59,107.
Here are the 2 largest cities in Minnesota by population and area.
Area: 58.4 sq. miles
Population: 372,833 people
Area: 56.s sq. miles
Population: 273,535 people
Minneapolis is the largest city in Minnesota.
Minneapolis is the largest. Saint Paul is the second largest, and Rochester is the third largest.
St. Paul, Minnaepolis, Rochester, Apple Valley, and Duluth.
Minneapolis has the largest population above the other cities in Minnesota.
The largest city in Minnesota is Minneapolis.
No, but it is the second largest city in Minnesota.
That depends on your definition of largest. Fargo, ND has about 100,000 people and it is on the Minnesota border.
The Hull Rust Mahoning Mine is the largest open pit iron mine in Minnesota. It is located in the city of Hibbing, Minnesota. It is about 1.5 miles across and 3.5 miles deep.
According to the 2010 Census, Bloomington is the fifth largest Minnesota city. If comes in behind Minneapolis, Saint Paul, Rochester, and Duluth.
The largest hotel in Minnesota is the Minneapolis Hilton with 821 rooms. At 87 meters (285 feet) and 25 stories, it is the 4th tallest in the city after W Hotel @ Foshay, Marriott City Center and Hotel Ivy.
There is indeed a city called Afton which is located in Washington County, Minnesota. The population of this city in 2010 was 2886. It is also home to the largest snowboard and skiing place in the area.
Minnesota. Minneapolis along with St. Paul make up Minnesota's twin cities.
Mankato is located in Minnesota in the United states of America. It is known as the the fourth largest city in Minnesota. Mankato is across the Minnesota River from North Mankato.
St Paul (the state's second largest city, by population)