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Stained Glass Wall is A Window to Edina's Past

The stained glass wall at Edina City Hall.

The stained glass wall on the east side of Edina City Hall is exactly where it should be: close to the site of Edina Mill. Its blue, gold and green shapes, highlighted with copper, feature elements of Edina’s history: the circle of gold glass at the top of the two-story window represents the water wheel of Edina Mill, which turned just a few blocks from this site more than 150 years ago. On the north side of the window, a column of blue glass symbolizes the falls of Minnehaha Creek. Read more about Stained Glass Wall is A Window to Edina's Past

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