I went to Mall Of America over the weekend and while I was walking around, I noticed something I hadn't seen before: an entire wall dedicated to the place we call home.

The space has several photos of iconic Northland landmarks, including Enger Tower, Split Rock Lighthouse and of course, Lake Superior, just to name a few.

Below the photos lies a black, white and grey mural featuring other things that represent Duluth and the surrounding areas. The mural features the Aerial Lift Bridge, downtown Duluth and what looks to be the William A. Irvin.

I thought this was really cool! See the photo below:

Lauren Wells, Townsquare Media Duluth

The Duluth wall is in a newer part of the mall. It's found in the same addition as the new H&M and Zara stores and located near the Anthropologie store.

There were other walls nearby that celebrated other amazing towns and cities in Minnesota. I thought it was an awesome way to recognize what a great place Minnesota is to live, especially because the mall is such a tourist destination for those that come to visit.

Make sure you stop and see it in person next time you're there!