Though many Minnesotans have a Norwegian or Swedish background, the Land of 10,000 Lakes is home to people with origins all over the world. This is evident in the many types of restaurants and stores that pop up all over the state. There are even entire towns events and attractions are centered on their heritage. That’s certainly the case for small towns like Askov and Lindstrom, with their Danish and Swedish backgrounds. And it’s also true for larger towns such as New Ulm, which has origins that date back to Germany. It’s evident in many areas of the town, including a charming store called Domeier’s German Store. Step inside and you’ll be transported to the Black Forest in southern Germany. Take a look:

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