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*'''The Guthrie Theater''' [http://www.guthrietheater.org/] This internationally renowned theater is known for its productions of both classical literature and new work from contemporary playwrights. In 2006, the theater moved into a new building along the Mississippi River. Designed by award-winning architect Jean Nouvel, this building houses three stages, and also acts as a public space, with restaurants, a cafe, and a 178 foot cantilevered bridge (the "Endless Bridge") looking out over the river.
 
*'''The Guthrie Theater''' [http://www.guthrietheater.org/] This internationally renowned theater is known for its productions of both classical literature and new work from contemporary playwrights. In 2006, the theater moved into a new building along the Mississippi River. Designed by award-winning architect Jean Nouvel, this building houses three stages, and also acts as a public space, with restaurants, a cafe, and a 178 foot cantilevered bridge (the "Endless Bridge") looking out over the river.
 
*'''William and Nadine McGuire Theater''' [http://www.walkerart.org/] The William and Nadine McGuire Theater is located in the Walker Art Center and was built by Swiss architects Herzog & de Meuron in 2005. The Walker began presenting local dance, poetry, and chamber music concerts since 1940 and continues to support a contemporary program of the highest quality.
 
  
 
===Lakes and Parks===
 
===Lakes and Parks===

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