Willkommen! The "New" New Ulm
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The historic German-founded town is more than just a beer and schnitzel hub.
New Ulm is primarily known as a destination for all things German, being named, after all, for a Deutsch city on the Danube. Founded in 1854 by German settlers, the lush Minnesota River valley town is located slightly more than 90 miles southwest of Minneapolis, and displays its heritage in everything from its German Restoration Revival architecture to a 45-foot glockenspiel in Schonlau Park. New Ulm is also home to Minnesota’s largest Oktoberfest festival…
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