The Minnesota flag is set on a light blue background. The state’s seal is located in the middle of the banner. The seal features a man riding a horse, as well as a man plowing a field.
The Minnesota flag was adopted in 1957, but some small changes were made in 1983. In 1983, a new proposal for a new state flag was set forth. The design was called the “North Star Flag”.
Here are some quick facts about the state of Minnesota.
Year of Admission into the Union: 1858
Nickname(s): Land of 10,000 Lakes, North Star State, The Gopher State
Motto(s): The Star of the North
Capital City: Saint Paul
Largest City: Minneapolis
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