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Woodbury is a city in Minnesota, and suburb of the Twin Cities metro area, lying east of Saint Paul on Interstate 94. With an estimated population of 66,428, it is Minnesota's tenth largest city.
Woodbury was originally called Red Rock, but was renamed in honor of Levi Woodbury, who was first to realize another Red Rock existed in the state. Beginning in 1844, the land was mostly converted to farmland. TOne of the city's few 19th-century farms still existing today is the Charles Spangenberg Farmstead.