Flag of Minnesota
Minnesota flag
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Minnesota flag

> 100% Made in USA with American labor and materials
> Scientifically treated to resist UV fading & look beautiful
> Sturdy and shiny brass grommets for flying
> Lock stitched (not chain stitched) to prevent unraveling
> Extra 4 rows of stitching on the fly end for durability


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Minnesota state flag

The Minnesota flag, adopted in 1983, consists of a bright blue field with the State Seal displayed in the center. In the seal is a ring of 19 stars, symbolizing Minnesota as the 19th state to enter the union.

All of our flags at Star Spangled Flags are 100% made in the USA from start to finish! We use a tough, nylon fabric to hold up outdoors, extra stitching on the fly end of the flag, and a special UV coating to prevent fading from the sun.

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Minnesota flag, Made in USA

Minnesota is located in the Midwestern sector of the country. It’s bordered by Michigan and Wisconsin to its east, North Dakota and South Dakota to its west, the Canadian provinces of Ontario to its north, and Iowa to its south. Its nicknames are “Land of 10,000 Lakes,” “North Star State,” ” The Gopher State, ” “Butter Country,” ” Land of Lakes,” “New England of the West,” “Land of Sky-Blue Waters,” “Viking State,” and “Bread and Butter State.”

Minnesota industries include medical products, metals, machinery, technology, electronics, electrical goods, hogs, corn, soybeans, wheat, and dairy. Dairy and food processing is one of the top industries in the state. More Minnesota Flag questions are .

Minnesotans love celebrations, it has festivals going on all year round. From art fairs, winter carnivals to Renaissance festivals even Holidazzle parades, they have everything. Famous Events in the State of Minnesota:

  • Medtronic Twin Cities Marathon – October
    This event is given the nickname “Most Beautiful Urban Marathon in America.” It attracts 300,000 attendees. The event also features a pasta party, 10 cheering zones, post-race food and refreshments, and the Health and Fitness Expo.
  • Minnesota Renaissance Festival – August to September
    This celebration has been going on for 43 years and is one of the oldest Renaissance Festivals in the country. More than 280,000 visitors attend this festival annually. It features knights jousting, medieval crafts, 16th Century fictional kingdom, food booths, unique entertainments and many interactive outdoor activities that visitors really enjoy.
  • Minnesota State Fair – October
    Around 1.8 million attendees come in for this event, which is also known as “The Great Minnesota Get Together.”It’s the second biggest state fair in the country, the first place belongs to Texas. It features the state’s finest produce, arts, horse shows, dance party, sing-along party, animal and produce exhibits, and many other contests that include the whole family.
Minnesota Observes These Holidays
  • January 1 – New Year’s Day
  • Third Monday January – Martin Luther King’s Birthday
  • Third Monday February – Washington’s and Lincoln’s Birthday
  • Last Monday May – Memorial Day
  • July 4 – Independence Day
  • First Monday September – Labor Day
  • Second Monday in October – Columbus Day
  • November – Veterans Day
  • Fourth Thursday in November – Thanksgiving Day
  • December 25 – Christmas Day

If you’re planning to visit the fun state of Minnesota, it would help to know some of their crazy laws existing in this state:

  • 609.725 Vagrancy Section 2
    It is deemed illegal to loiter or stand near a building without having a good reason to be there.
  • 8-1-9 Water Conservation 1971 Code 26-17
    Homeowners with even numbered addresses may only water their plants on even-numbered days.
  • 810.085 Hours of Operation
    A person who sways another to enter a massage therapist business after eleven o’clock in the evening is breaking the law.
  • 845.010 Public Nuisances Affecting Peace, Safety and General Welfare
    It is illegal to put tacks on sidewalks.
  • Title 15 Chapter 385 Code of Ordinances of Minneapolis
    It is illegal for people to walk on alleyways.

Are you a resident of Minnesota? Have you been involved in these events? Want to show how proud you are to live in such a fun-filled state? Fly a flag in your home to show how proud you are to be a citizen of your state and country. Displaying a flag in your home can jazz up your home and put you into the festive mood.

Need a beautiful flag to display in your home? Reach out to us! Our all-weather, US Made flags are not only crafted to look good, but they’re also designed to withstand Minnesotan climate. The fibers are specially treated to dry fast, withstand the harsh rays of the sun and chemical deterioration. Fly ends have quadruple rows of lock stitching to prevent premature fraying. We give you what you want in a flag. Contact us today!
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Minnesota has an official flag. As shown in the adjacent photo, it consists of a modified version of the state’s official seal on a blue field. You can find the Minnesota flag displayed in front of thousands of homes and businesses throughout the North Star State. It’s a simple, colorful flag with a rich history behind it. Even if you’ve seen the Minnesota flag, however, you may be surprised to learn the following facts about it.

#1) Originated in 1893

The origins of the Minnesota flag can be traced back to the late 1800s. In 1893, the Women’s Auxillary Board held a contest seeking a desk for an official flag. After reviewing roughly 200 entries, they selected Amelia Hyde Center’s design as the winner. Center created a two-sided design with white on one side and blue on the other side. The Women’s Auxillary Board awarded Center with a prize of $15 for winning the contest.

#2) Revised in 1957

Like many other state flags, the Minnesota flag has been revised. The first revision occurred in 1957. Prior to this period, the Minnesota flag features a two-sided design with white and blue colors. Lawmakers revised the design in 1957, though, to make it blue on both sides. This was done primarily to lower the cost of manufacturing. Businesses can manufacture the Minnesota flag at a lower cost by using blue on both sides.

#3) Flown Sunrise to Sunset at the Capital

If you’ve ever driven by the Minnesota State Capital, you may recall seeing the state’s flag. The Minnesota flag is displayed in front of the Minnesota State Capital from sunrise to sunset all 365 days of the year.

#4) Features 3 Years

There are three different years included in the Minnesota flag’s design: 1819, 1858 and 1893. What do these years symbolize exactly? The year 1819 symbolizes the founding of Fort Snelling. The year 1858, on the other hand, symbolizes Minnesota’s statehood. And the year 1893 symbolizes the origins of the Minnesota flag.

#5) The Pine Trees Represent Minnesota’s Official State Tree

When inspecting the seal within the Minnesota flag, you may notice a forest of pine trees. The seal features a waterfall, and directly behind the waterfall is a forest of pine trees. The red pine, of course, is Minnesota’s official state tree. Minnesota also has three pine regions, which include the St. Croix, Lake Superior and Mississippi.

When was the Minnesota state flag adopted?

The present state flag of Minnesota was adopted in 1957. The main design on the flag is the Great Seal of the State of Minnesota which became official in 1861. In 1983 Legislature altered the seal to spell out specific design details more clearly.

What is the meaning of the design and dates on the Minnesota state flag?

The state flag of Minnesota consists of a medium blue field on which lies much of Minnesota’s State Seal. Around the state seal is a wreath of the state flower, the pink and white showy lady slipper. Three dates are woven into the wreath: above the seal in gold letters is the date 1858 which is the date Minnesota was admitted to the Union; on a red ribbon is the date 1819 which is the year Fort Snelling was established; and 1893, also on a red ribbon is the year the first official state flag was adopted. There are 87 small circles around the wreath which represent the 87 counties in Minnesota. Around the circles is a white ring on which lies nineteen stars symbolizing the fact that Minnesota was the nineteenth state to enter the Union after the original thirteen. The stars are arranged into four groups of four stars, and one group of three stars which lies at the top of the ring. The top star is larger than the others and represents the North Star and Minnesota as she was the northernmost state when she was admitted to the Union. The state name, “MINNESOTA” appears in red on the bottom of the white ring. The central seal pictures a bare-footed farmer plowing a field. The farmer’s axe, gun and powder horn are lying on a nearby tree stump. There is an American Indian holding a spear on horseback riding due south. Both the Indian and farmer represent the early inhabitants of Minnesota. The Indian represents the great American Indian heritage of the state and the horse, spear, axe, rifle and plow represent important tools that were used for hunting and labor. The stump is a symbol of the importance of the lumber industry in the state. The cultivated ground and plow symbolize the importance of agriculture in Minnesota. The Mississippi River and St. Anthony Falls are shown to note the importance of Minnesota’s natural resources for transportation, trade, and commerce. Beyond the falls three pine trees represent the state tree and three great pine regions of Minnesota: The St. Croix, Mississippi, and Lake Superior. The sun, visible on the western horizon, signifies summer in the northern hemisphere. The horizon’s visibility signifies the flat plains covering much of Minnesota. The state motto, “L’ETOILE DU NORD” – French for star of the north, appears on a banner above the scenery.

How are you supposed to fly the Minnesota flag with your American flag?

When flying the Minnesota and American flag on the same pole, the flag of the United States must always be at the top and the Minnesota flag should be the same size or smaller. When It is flown on separate poles, the Minnesota flag will be to the right of the flag of the United States situating the U.S. flag in the position of honor, which is to the observer’s left of the other flags.

Where can you buy a Minnesota flag?

Star Spangled Flags sells a beautiful Minnesota flag that is 100% made in the USA! They use a tough material and add UV protection which adds to the longevity of the flag. They also use superior stitching that helps to prevent fraying and unraveling. A big plus is that they provide free shipping! Go here for the best place to buy one.


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