Map of St. Paul City | Political, Blank, Geography And Road Map

Map of St. Paul City | Political, Blank, Geography And Road Map

The US state of Minnesota’s capital and largest city is St. Paul. St. Paul and Minneapolis together make up a sizable urban region with a total population of 307,193 people. On the banks of the Mississippi River, the city is a picturesque community with a modern downtown and a wealth of tourist attractions including the state Capitol, the Marjorie McNeely Conservatory, the historic James J. Hill House, etc. St. Paul is a hub for business, entertainment, sports, and education.

Sr. No Fact sheet St. Paul
1 Country USA
2 State Minnesota
3 Location Southern part of the State
4 Latitude 44.56′38.76″N
5 Longitude 93.05′6.72″W
6 Total area 145.50km2 ( 56.15 sq mi )
7 Total Population 307,193
8 Zip Codes 55101
9 Area code 651
10 Nearby Cities Maplewood, Roseville, Little Canada, Shoreview
11 Major Tourists’ Attraction Como Zoo and Conservatory, Minnesota State Capitol, Cathedral of Saint Paul, RiverCentre Arena
12 Nearest airport St. Paul-Saint Paul International Airport (about 12 miles)

Political Map of St. Paul City

Dakota County is home to the city of St. Paul. It is the county seat of Ramsey County and, since 1849, the capital of Minnesota, a state in the United States Great Lakes Region. The Central Business District of St. Paul is only 12 miles (19 kilometers) from Downtown. West Saint Paul, White Bear Township, Birchwood, Grant Township, and Columbia Heights are all nearby cities.

Blank Map of St. Paul City

Saint Paul, Minnesota’s oldest city, has several historic neighborhoods and landmarks, including the Summit Avenue Neighborhood, the James J. Hill House, and the Cathedral of Saint Paul.

Geography Map of St. Paul City

The city has a total area of 56.18 square miles (145.51 km2), of which 51.98 square miles (134.63 km2) is land and 4.20 square miles (10.88 km2) is water, according to the United States Census Bureau. Pig’s Eye Lake, which is part of the Mississippi River, Lake Phalen, and Lake Como are the city’s largest lakes.

Road Map of St. Paul City

Residents use Interstate 35E, which runs north-south, and Interstate 94, which runs east-west. U.S. Highway 52, Minnesota State Highway 280, and Minnesota State Highway 5 are examples of trunk highways. St. Paul has several unique roads, including Ayd Mill Road, Phalen Boulevard, and Shepard Road/Warner Road, which run diagonally through the city.

Airports: Minneapolis−Saint Paul International/World Chamberlain Airport (MSP), St Paul Downtown Holman Field Airport (STP)

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