This site aims to preserve the cultural heritage of the city of Minneapolis. We will bring you historical information about the city, relevant facts, and also talk about ethical issues that we think are essential for the good functioning of a fair society, such as equal rights, defense of minorities, and support for the needy.
You can collaborate with this cause by promoting this site.
We want this cultural sanctuary to serve as an inspiration not only for Minneapolis residents, but also for critical thinkers who value their region, their culture, while cherishing progressive values.
Minneapolis was named for the Mississippi River. The city became a state in 1858.
The city is also known for its fine art, such as the Hennepin County Historical Society (H&H) and the Minnehaha County History Museum.
Minneapolis is home to one of the largest ethnic and immigrant populations.