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Entertainment district by the U of M

 
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University Avenue Bridge
#943 University Avenue Bridge
#943
4th Street and 14th Avenue Southeast
#942 4th Street and 14th Avenue Southeast
#942
Grey's Drug/Loring Pasta Bar
#941 Grey's Drug/Loring Pasta Bar
#941
Old Marshall University
#89 Old Marshall University
#89
4th Street Southeast
#866 4th Street Southeast
#866
Interior of the Dinkydale Mall
#865 Interior of the Dinkydale Mall
#865
4th Street and 14th Avenue Southeast
#863 4th Street and 14th Avenue Southeast
#863
14th Avenue and 4th Street Southeast
#858 14th Avenue and 4th Street Southeast
#858
15th Avenue and 4th Street Southeast
#857 15th Avenue and 4th Street Southeast
#857
Dinkydome Interior
#856 Dinkydome Interior
#856
The Dinkydome on University Avenue SE
#855 The Dinkydome on University Avenue SE
#855
University Avenue and 15th Street SE
#854 University Avenue and 15th Street SE
#854
Minneapolis Skyline and Rail Yard from the U of M.
#6584 Minneapolis Skyline and Rail Yard from the U of M.
#6584
Al's Breakfast, Dinkytown, Minneapolis, MN
#6215 Al's Breakfast, Dinkytown, Minneapolis, MN
#6215
Dinkytown Alley
#1881 Dinkytown Alley
#1881
4th Street and 15th Avenue
#15 4th Street and 15th Avenue
#15
Dinkytown is a retail district next to the U of M Minneapolis campus in Southeast Minneapolis. It is just across University Avenue from the east bank campus. It's been around 80 years or more, as the campus is well over 100 years old. It's part of the University community, with coffee shops, a stationer, three bookstores, a travel agency, a bank, and a dozen various restaurants and bars. It's surrounded by fraternities and student housing, as well as a residential neighborhood and University facilities(like Bearman field and U parking lots).

Stadium Village is a similar, slightly smaller district to the east, on the other side of the campus, but I don't have pictures of it yet. It's name comes from Memorial Stadium, which was demolished a few years ago. A new building on that site resembles a stealth bomber.

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