Saint Paul Map

Map of the Capital of Minnesota

Saint Paul Map
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Saint Paul Islands Facts
CountryUSA (United States of America)
CountiesRamsey, Dakota and Washington County
Total Area56.2 sq miles
Lat Long Coordinates44.9444° N, 93.0931° W
Time ZoneCST (UTC−06:00)
Area Code651
Major ReligionRoman Catholic, Christian
MuseumsScience Museum of Minnesota,Twin Cities Model Railroad Museum,Jackson Street Roundhouse
UniversitiesUniversity of Minnesota,University of St. Thomas, Concordia University
Official Websitewww.stpaul.gov/

St. Paul is the capital of the state of Minnesota in the United States. It is also titled with the second-largest city in the state. The city received its name in 1841, when Father Galtier established the St. Paul Church in the heart of its soil. St. Paul was incorporated as a city in 1854 and in 1858 it became the 32nd state capital of United States. St. Paul and the adjacent city of Minneapolis form the core of the area and have been named as the Twin Cities. Noted for its neighborhoods, the city is called "fifteen small towns with one mayor".

Hotels :
Some of the hotels in Saint Paul are following:
  • The St. Paul Hotel
  • The Embassy Suites St. Paul
  • Best Western Bandana Square
  • The Holiday Inn River Center
  • LivInn Suites
  • Best Western Kelly Inn
  • Holiday Inn St. Paul East
  • Crowne Plaza Hotel
  • St. Paul Riverfront
  • Rose Arbor Inn
  • Motel 6

Tourist Attractions:
Ordway Center for the Performing Arts which plays host to a wide variety of performing arts attract the art loving tourists. The Science Museum of Minnesota also lures many visitors who are interested to have a look at the topics on technology and natural history education displayed here. The Cathedral Hill area, centered on Selby and Western Avenues, is noted for some of the best dining in the Twin Cities. The other attractions of the city include Mississippi River, the Mall of America in Bloomington and the Minnesota State Fair's ground where the largest state fair in the United States is hosted. The Cathedral of Saint Paul attracts many pilgrims from all over the globe. The Como Zoo and Conservatory, a free zoo with a year round inside garden and amusement park is a fascination for the visitors, especially children. The city offers a variety of hotels like Best Western Kelly Inn, The St Paul Hotel, City Center Hotel St Paul, Days Inn Midway and Exel Inn Of St. Paul that are well known for the world-class reception to its guests.

Services, wholesale and retail trade, manufacturing and government constitute the principal economic sectors of St. Paul. St. Paul holds the largest number of high-technology firms in the United States.Ranked among the major commercial centers, the city has also been listed among the two or three largest livestock and meatpacking centers in the nation. It is also a residence of 1000 companies including the world's largest private companies. The stability of its economy lies with the production of many goods such as hoists and derricks, rugs, computers, food products, medical products, machinery, electronic materials, automobiles, appliances, chemicals, abrasives, beer and printed products.

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Last Updated on: July 20, 2017