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46. Augsburg College: A Minneapolis-based liberal arts college affiliated with the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America.  
47. Fort Snelling: The oldest building in the state; once a frontier outpost and now a museum reenacting the lifestyle of the pioneers...  
48. Park, The: Prospect Park.  
49. Valleyfair: A huge amusement park about forty minutes from downtown Minneapolis.  
50. Eat Street: Nicollet Avenue South between 14th and 29th Streets; offers a great variety of ethnic fare.  
51. Medical Alley: The nickname given to St. Paul due to the over 200 medical research facilities here.  
52. Lake Superior: The Great Lake nearest the Twin Cities, and the world's largest freshwater lake.  
53. University of Minnesota: One of the largest universities in the country and a major research institution.  
54. University of Minnesota: One of the largest universities in the country and a major research institution.  
55. Lake Superior: The Great Lake nearest the Twin Cities, and the world's largest freshwater lake.  
56. LRT: Light Rail Transit  
57. North Minneapolis: The area north of Glenwood Avenue, and between the Mississippi River and Theodore Wirth Parkway.  
58. CODEFOR: Uses computers to track crime patterns in Minneapolis.  
59. Prairie-Style Houses: Low lying, natural wood and stone, natural windows; pioneered by Frank Lloyd Wright.  
60. Colonials: Two-story box-like houses with symmetrical windows and a central door.  
 
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1. The Chicago Bungalow is the main source of housing design in the Chicago area. These bungalow style houses make up about a third of the city's housing. Many of these were built during beginning of the 20th century and the period after WWII.

2. The house featured during the theme song of the old sitcom Family Matters...

A local motto in recent years used to promote the city’s eccentricity and diversity. It's featured on innumerable bumper stickers and t-shirts.

"City of Trees" is the official nickname for the city of Boise. The name comes from the French word boisé, which means "wooded." Although historical perceptions of cities aren't necessarily relevant today, the "City of Trees" moniker suits Boise well because of the natural beauty in and around the city.

In 1998, Topeka Mayor Joan Wagnon renamed the Kansas capital "ToPikachu" for a day as part of a promotional event to mark Pokémon's debut in the United States. Even now, it's hard to think of Topeka without thinking of ToPikachu.

"Barney"; A Harvard Student, or when used more generally, a Cambridge Resident.