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This week, our photo quiz captures an image from a signature Minnesota state park. Clues? Here are three: 1) It's Minnesota's oldest state park. 2) It features 200-year-old pine trees. 3) Something incredible starts here. Where in Minnesota? Click on the headline above...
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This photo was taken last month atItasca State Park, where the headwaters of the Mississippi River are located. Photographer Jerry Eklund took this shot on Wilderness Drive, writing: "Note the large trees and how small the van is on the road." Large, indeed.

 Photo courtesy: Jerry Eklund

Photo courtesy: Jerry Eklund

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