Fact Frenzy: How well do you know your Minnesota landmarks?
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Fact Frenzy, Minnesota Landmarks Edition
1. The highest waterfall in Minnesota is actually partially located in Canada. In which Minnesota state park will you find it?
Grand Portage State Park (CORRECT)
Jay Cooke State Park
Itasca State Park
Gooseberry Falls State Park
2. What is Minnesota’s tallest building?
IDS Center (CORRECT)
KSTP radio tower
Wells Fargo Center
3. How long is the stretch of Mississippi River in Minnesota?
681 miles (CORRECT)
4. What historic landmark was finally listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2017, 15 years after dozens of townhouses were nearly built on the site?
Bruce Vento Nature Sanctuary
Pilot Knob (CORRECT)
Indian Mounds Regional Park
Historic Fort Snelling
5. Lake Superior’s original Ojibwe name “gitche gumee” was immortalized in what Longfellow poem?
The Lake of Gitche Gumee
The Song of Hiawatha (CORRECT)
The Tide Rises, the Tide Falls
6. John Philip Sousa wrote a march about which Minnesota building?
Foshay Tower (CORRECT)