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Berlo Farm Village

The Berlo Farm Village, northwest of Camp Morton, is a unique aspect of Gimli history, recalling the arrival of German-Austrian immigrants in the early 1900s.

The development by these pioneers of distinctive farm villages is still apparent in the landscape. The setting, which is defined by narrow strips of land and concentrations of buildings along a narrow street, also still features several original structures including sheds, barns, the “stackwall” Schnerch House from 1942 and the Adam Franz shed from 1944.

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