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Lake Superior, which borders Duluth, MN, is the largest of the Great Lakes by surface area and the third-largest freshwater lake in the world.

Duluth has a unique weather phenomenon called "Lake Effect Snow" due to the arctic air passing over the warm lake, resulting in heavy snowfall during winter months.

The Duluth Entertainment Convention Center (DECC) is built over the Lakewalk, a popular recreational trail, to minimize its environmental impact and preserve the natural beauty of the area.

The Aerial Lift Bridge, a well-known landmark in Duluth, was initially constructed in 1905 as a means to transport goods and passengers to and from Minnesota Point without disrupting the shipping traffic in the harbor.

The city of Duluth has more parkland per capita than any other city in the United States, with 178 parks, 17 trails, and more than 6,800 acres of parkland available for residents and visitors.

The Great Lakes Aquarium in Duluth is the only freshwater aquarium in the United States, focusing on the animals and ecosystems of the Great Lakes Basin.

Duluth is home to the largest and deepest freshwater harbor in the world, handling an average of 35 million short tons of cargo annually.

The Glensheen Mansion, located in Duluth, features a unique architectural style called "Jacobethan," combining elements of Jacobean and Elizabethan architecture.

Duluth has the highest municipal water intake structure in the world, drawing water from Lake Superior at 450 feet above the lake level.

The Enger Tower in Duluth was built to commemorate Bert Enger, a Norwegian immigrant and businessman who donated the land and financed the construction of the tower.

Duluth is home to one of the few remaining urban ski jumps in the United States, the Spirit Mountain Ski Jumping Complex.

The Tweed Museum of Art, located at the University of Minnesota Duluth, contains an extensive collection of over 10,000 works and hosts traveling art exhibitions.

Duluth's SS William A.

Irvin, a retired lake freighter and museum ship, is the last remaining example of the classic 600-foot Great Lakes freighters.

The St.

Louis County Heritage & Arts Center, known as the Depot, features a restored Union Depot building, including the Lake Superior Railroad Museum and the Duluth Art Institute.

Located in Duluth, the Bentleyville Tour of Lights is the largest free walk-through lighting display in the United States, attracting more than half a million visitors annually.

The Hartley Nature Center near Duluth is the largest urban nature center in the United States, providing environmental education and recreation opportunities.

Duluth has a thriving live music scene, with various venues and a variety of music styles, including indie rock, blues, and folk.

The Fitger's Brewery Complex, located in Duluth, is a mixed-use development that includes a microbrewery, specialty shops, restaurants, and a boutique hotel.

The University of Minnesota Duluth has one of the few freshwater aquatic biology programs in the country and is located near Lake Superior, providing students with a unique learning environment.

Duluth hosts the largest annual gathering of Olympic wrestlers in the world, the Asics University Greco-Roman Wrestling Championships, at the University of Minnesota Duluth.

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