Enger Tower stands at an elevation of 531 feet (162 m) above Lake Superior, in Duluth, Minnesota providing panoramic views of the Twin Ports. Each of the tower's levels has a lookout that is accessible by stairs. A green beacon mounted on top of the tower can be seen for many miles.
Enger Tower was built as a tribute to businessman and philanthropist, Bert Enger (1864-1931). Enger was a Norwegian immigrant who had found success in Duluth as a furniture seller. The tower was first dedicated by Crown Prince Olav and Crown Princess Märtha of Norway on June 15, 1939.
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