As we reported earlier today, Duluth Mayor Emily Larson announced that Enger Tower, one of the city's most prominent landmarks, would be lit in rainbow-colored lights in honor of the victims of the shooting in Orlando over the weekend.
Even though foggy, cold, and rainy conditions persisted through the evening, hundreds of people visited Enger Tower in Duluth as it was lit up in purple as a tribute to the iconic Minnesotan and musical legend, Prince.
Fireworks lit the skies over the Twin Ports for 4th of July celebrations, but the Duluth Lift Bridge and Enger Tower offered patriotic light shows of their own. Red, white, and blue lights chased around Enger Tower Friday night, offering a cool and festive spectacle on the Duluth skyline.
With temperatures in the sub-zero during the winter months, you might not think of the Twin Ports of Duluth and Superior as an outdoor kind of place. But, if you wrote off the great outdoors, you would be missing out on prime Northland experiences...
There are lots of choices when it comes to great landmarks in the Duluth, Superior area, from natural beauty to man made wonders. Let's take a look at what we think are the five most recognizable landmarks in Duluth.