Minnetonka, MN 55343 U.S.A.
One of America's first boomtowns rose to prominence as the site of many manufacturing companies and flour mills. Named after its founder Colonel Nathaniel Rochester, the skyline of Rochester has been influenced by manufacturing, research, industrial and milling industries.
Some of the most prominent buildings to be seen in Rochester skyline pictures are also the headquarters of the city's landmark corporations and industries. The Eastman Kodak Building is the world headquarters of Eastern Kodak, most famous for its contributions to the photography industry. Bausch & Lomb Place is a tan-colored skyscraper in Rochester skyline pictures, and is topped with a gray pointed roof; this building is the world headquarters of Bausch & Lomb. Xerox Tower is the tallest building in Rochester skyline pictures, and was initially the headquarters of the Xerox Corporation. The buildings and corporations that call the Rochester city skyline home have contributed to the metropolis' nickname of being the "Image Capital of the World."
Rochester has received awards for being the "most livable city" in the U.S. in multiple publications, with some of the best schools in the United States. Its low unemployment, low cost of living and excellent public school system has made the city appealing to many, and Rochester skyline pictures are sure to continue developing with the city's growth.