Minnehaha Falls

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Minnehaha Falls

(mĭn'ēhä`hä) [laughing water], 53 ft (16.1 m) high, SE Minn., in Minnehaha Creek, which flows from Lake Minnetonka (23 sq mi/60 sq km) SE to the Mississippi River. The surrounding area, including the gorge cut by the receding falls, is a state park. Most of the year only a thin trickle of water passes over the falls. The name Minnehaha is immortalized in Longfellow's Hiawatha.
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Among many in the Twin Cities is Longfellow Gardens, part of Minnehaha Park, which sits on a lid above Hiawatha Avenue, Knutson said.
Rebekah Erler speaks after a town hall meeting at Minnehaha Park in Minneapolis, June 26, 2014.
The line will connect riders with landmarks such Rosedale Center, Hamline University, the new Central Corridor light-rail line, Macalester College, Highland Village, Midway Shopping Center, Minnehaha Park and the 46th Street Blue Line light-rail station in Minneapolis.
Sunday Games at Nicollet Grounds: Minneapolis Baseball Club Will Desert Minnehaha Park for Time Being," Minneapolis Journal, April 21, 1909; "Saints Make Their Hits Count; Take Last Game: Nicollet Is Jammed With Nearly 10,000," Minneapolis Tribune, April 26, 1909.
My favourite stop was at the impressive waterfall in beautiful Minnehaha Park.
Authorities stormed the encampment at Minnehaha Park, arrested thirty-six protesters and charged them with trespassing, burned makeshift shelters, and bulldozed the buildings, which were located next to the park.
President Barack Obama participates in a town hall meeting at Minnehaha Park in Minneapolis, June 26, 2014.