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Known as the City of Lakes, Minneapolis is the premier business and cultural center between Chicago and San Francisco. Many of its attractions are evident during even the briefest of visits—its striking downtown, beautiful neighborhoods, vibrant entertainment districts, nationally significant museums, orchestra, performance arts, and theater.
All are set within emerald embrace of the magnificent Grand Rounds park system, whose landscaped parkways encircle Minneapolis, interconnecting the city's sparkling lakes, Minnehaha Creek, and the Mississippi Riverfront. This rich array of parklands provides abundant year-around recreational opportunities: sailing, swimming, running, canoeing, biking, skating, cross-country skiing, and much more.
The University of Minnesota Minneapolis is a major research and teaching institution, offering a very broad range of prominent academic departments. The university's powerhouse engineering and medical faculties have formed the core of local technology startups over the past half century, from supercomputers to biomedical products. In fact, Minneapolis business activity has been based on often-daring entrepreneurship since the city's founding, which, along with a traditional emphasis on education, accounts for the region's exceptionally balanced and ever-adaptable economy.
Much of the city's attraction is not as apparent from a visit, especially the sense of belonging. Because Minneapolis business culture is open and entrepreneurial rather than rooted in an entrenched local social order, newcomers to the community are warmly welcomed, and encouraged to participate fully in the city's civic and social institutions. As a result, it is easy to feel a strong connection to the entire city, no matter which Minneapolis neighborhood one chooses to call home.
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