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Lind-Bohanon is a neighborhood on Minneapolis’s farthest north side, is bordered by Brooklyn Center and spreads east to the Mississippi River. Both the neighborhood and its local school are named for Jenny Lind, a famous Swedish soprano born during the early 1800’s. When people choose to live in this neighborhood, they typically stay for a… Read more »

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The Camden community is home to a wide array of parks and outdoor recreational spaces for residents to enjoy. There are 11 main parks throughout the community in addition to multiple small, natural areas. The parks include: Cleveland Park: A 1.4 acre park that was developed in conjunction with its neighbor, the Lucy Laney at… Read more »

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The city of Minneapolis, Minnesota is the largest city within the entire state. As one of the “Twin Cities”, Minneapolis and its neighbor St. Paul constitute the 16th largest metro area in the nation. With over 400,000 residents, Minneapolis is a dynamic and bustling city. Minneapolis is a very important economic center in the Midwest…. Read more »

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The city of Minneapolis, Minnesota contains 11 unique communities, each with their own distinct neighborhoods. Among all of these separate areas are countless parks and recreation opportunities. Ranging in size from massive, regional parks to small, neighborhood treasures, residents of Minneapolis have plenty of options when it comes to life in the outdoors. The following… Read more »

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