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When you're relocating your household or business in Minnesota, you deserve to have a licensed, bonded, and experienced agent to handle the details for you. At Allied Van Lines, we have agents conveniently located across the state from Duluth to Minneapolis and Saint Paul to Rochester. Our agents are also familiar with Minnesota's smaller towns, including Bemidji and St. Cloud. Each of our agents maintains accreditation with Minnesota's Better Business Bureau, which provides assurance of the quality and affordability of our moving resources. We'll aim to ease the process of moving by setting you up with full-service movers if you need packing, unpacking, and furniture assembly services.
Should you choose to do your own packing, we'll connect you with freight-only movers. We're also prepared to set you up with packaging material, furniture pads, and sturdy wardrobe boxes. Are you moving to Minnesota from a distant location? Our experienced agents offer logistical coordination for out-of-state and international moves. In the event that your new home or office space is not ready for your arrival, our agents offer short-term and long-term storage solutions. For a free estimate for a small business, corporate, or household relocation, contact our agents in Minnesota at your earliest convenience.
Minnesota is a Midwestern U. S. state with a name that comes from the Dakota word for "clear blue water." The only state farther north than Minnesota is Alaska. Also called the “Land of 10,000 Lakes,” Minnesota is known for its idiosyncratic social and political orientations and its high rate of civic participation and voter turnout. Some notable people from Minnesota include F. Scott Fitzgerald, Prince, Judy Garland, and Bob Dylan.
Nearly 60 percent of its residents live in the Minneapolis–Saint Paul metropolitan area, an internationally known arts community, while the rest of the state consists of western prairies of intensive agriculture, deciduous forests in the southeast, and the less populated North Woods, used for mining, forestry, and recreation. It shares a Lake Superior water border with Michigan and a land and water border with Wisconsin to the east. Much of the state is a gently rolling peneplain. Some of the oldest rocks on the planet can be found here, including remains of volcanic rock formed the Canadian Shield in northeast.
Minneapolis–Saint Paul metropolitan area, known as the "Twin Cities", is a metropolitan area built around the Mississippi, Minnesota and St. Croix rivers. Despite the Twin moniker, Minneapolis is somewhat younger with modern skyscrapers, while Saint Paul has been likened to a European city with quaint neighborhoods and a vast collection of well-preserved late-Victorian architecture. There are numerous lakes in the region, and cities in the area have some very extensive park systems for recreation. St. Paul and Minneapolis in went through some massive urban renewal projects in the post-World War II era, so a vast number of buildings are now lost to history.
The Institute of Arts features pieces from a wide variety of cultures dating back 5,000 years, including pictures by European masters such as Rubens and Rembrandt. The Guthrie Theater presents classic and contemporary productions but has remained true to its commitment to offer productions of Shakespeare's plays. The Frederick R Weisman Art Museum at the University of Minnesota is an architectural highlight and focuses primarily on American art from the early 20th century to the present. To the southeast of the city, extending along the banks of the Mississippi is Minnehaha Park.