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Duluth, Minnesota Autumn City Skyline Panorama

Duluth, Minnesota Autumn City Skyline Panorama

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This aerial panoramic photograph of Duluth was taken by James Blakeway. It features Duluth, located on the shore of Lake Superior, during the autumn leaf color change. On the left of the panorama is Duluth's famous Aerial Lift Bridge. It was first built in 1905 as an aerial transfer bridge with a huge gondola that could carry 60 tons of traffic including people, automobiles and horse drawn wagons. In 1929, the bridge was modified to support a vertical lift bridge to accommodate the increasing population and tourists. The city's harbor welcomes over 1000 freighters annually which can be viewed up close from Duluth's Canal Park.
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Duluth, Minnesota City Skyline Wall Decor

Our Duluth city skyline wall decor features a city on the pristine shores of Lake Superior. This has been an important point of transportation in Minnesotan and Midwestern history. The Aerial Lift Bridge is the most iconic landmark in Duluth skyline wall decor, and helps to connect Canal Park with Minnesota Point. In addition, over 1,000 freighters enter the city annually to transport goods across the Midwest and into Canada.

In addition, Duluth skyline panoramas feature a city with significant parks and recreation. These sites include Canal Park, the Lakewalk, Leif Erickson Park, and Brighton Beach Park. Many historic buildings can be spotted in Duluth skyline pictures. These include Glensheen Historic Estate and historic Central High School. The waters of Lake Superior as seen in a Duluth skyline picture also hold hidden mysteries, as many shipwrecks are buried beneath its waves. Less than a mile outside the Duluth harbor ship canal is the most famous of these wrecks, the Thomas Wilson.

Duluth skyline panoramic pictures feature one of the world's longest freshwater baymouth bars and starting point for many tourists making their way along the North Shore. It's easy to see the city's appeal from a picturesque Duluth skyline panoramic photo. The city is also a major shipping destination, with the region transporting the Great Lakes' greatest amounts of coal, taconite and grain. Accessible to ocean-going ships from the Atlantic Ocean (over 2,300 miles away), it's understandable why Duluth skyline pictures have adapted over the years to show such a unique city of historical importance.

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