15 Sep City of New Prague Minnesota
City of New Prague Minnesota
New Prague Minnesota
New Prague Minnesota is in Scott and Le Sueur counties in Minnesota. It is 45 miles south of The Twin Cities. The Minneapolis-Saint Paul metropolitan area that has 3.52 million residents. Faribault is located at the confluence of the Cannon and Straight Rivers.
New Prague was started in 1856 and named after Prague, the capital of Bohemia (now the Czech Republic). Immigrants of Bohemia built the town. New Prague expanded when the Minneapolis & St. Louis Railroad came to it. Le Sueur County has had more Bohemian immigrants than any other county in the state. It grew dramatically in the 1890’s as farm produce production and mills began putting out floor.
Is New Prague rated as a good place to live?
Niche.com rated New Prague Minnesota the rating of an “B+”. It was high marks for many categories. These include A’s for public schools and good for families.
Some general information I have found about New Prague, Minnesota.
To summarize, I have found New Prague to be a popular city. Importantly, a rural feel, it is rich in history, great schools, a younger population, has a wonderful downtown, has high marks for safety and low crime and features a high quality of life. In short, I suggest considering New Prague if you are planning on moving to the Twin Cities area of Minnesota.
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I hope you have enjoyed my summary of New Prague Minnesota. Please reach out to Jeff Anderson and The Anderson Team if you would like to know more about New Prague Minnesota real estate. Or if you would like to see homes in this wonderful city in the Twin Cities area of Minnesota.
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