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Reinland is a small town in Manitoba located in the Rural Municipality of Stanley, about 10 minutes south of Winkler, Manitoba, and about 5 minutes north of US border. It has a population of about 500. It was one of the first Mennonite villages established in the West Reserve and has some of the best examples of original Mennonite village setup and buildings. Its economy is agrarian based. One of its most important attractions is the Heritage Homestead across the street from the community center.

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  • Reinland is a small town in Manitoba located in the Rural Municipality of Stanley, about 10 minutes south of Winkler, Manitoba, and about 5 minutes north of US border. It has a population of about 500. It was one of the first Mennonite villages established in the West Reserve and has some of the best examples of original Mennonite village setup and buildings. Its economy is agrarian based. One of its most important attractions is the Heritage Homestead across the street from the community center.
  • Reinland is a Mennonite village in Manitoba located in the Rural Municipality of Stanley, about 10 minutes south of Winkler, Manitoba, and about 5 minutes north of US border. It has a population of about 500. It was one of the first Mennonite villages established in the West Reserve and has some of the best examples of original Mennonite village setup and buildings, including traditional and a historic church. Its economy is agrarian based. One of its most important attractions is the Heritage Homestead across the street from the community center.
  • Reinland is a Mennonite village in Manitoba located in the Rural Municipality of Stanley, about 10 minutes south of Winkler, Manitoba, and about 5 minutes north of US border. It has a population of about 500. It was one of the first Mennonite villages established in the West Reserve and has some of the best examples of original Mennonite village setup and buildings, including traditional housebarns and a historic church. Its economy is agrarian based. One of its most important attractions is the Heritage Homestead across the street from the community center.
  • Reinland is a Mennonite village in Manitoba located in the Rural Municipality of Stanley, about 10 minutes south of Winkler, Manitoba, and about 5 minutes north of US border. It has a population of about 500. It was one of the first Mennonite villages established in the West Reserve and has some of the best examples of original Mennonite village setup and buildings, including traditional housebarns and a historic church. Its economy is agrarian based. One of its most important attractions is the Ens Heritage Homestead across the street from the community center.
  • Reinland is a Mennonite village in Manitoba located in the Rural Municipality of Stanley, about ten minutes south of Winkler and about five minutes north of U.S. border. Its population numbers about five hundred, with a agrarian economy.
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  • Reinland is a small town in Manitoba located in the Rural Municipality of Stanley, about 10 minutes south of Winkler, Manitoba, and about 5 minutes north of US border. It has a population of about 500. It was one of the first Mennonite villages established in the West Reserve and has some of the best examples of original Mennonite village setup and buildings. The village also has one of the oldest wooden churches in Western Canada that is still in use. Built by the Old Colony Mennonite settlers in 1878, the church was utilized as a sanctuary until the early 1970s at which time it was turned into a community center. Its economy is agrarian based. One of its most important attractions is the Heritage Homestead across the street from the community center.
  • Reinland is a Mennonite village in Manitoba located in the Rural Municipality of Stanley, about 10 minutes south of Winkler, Manitoba, and about 5 minutes north of US border. It has a population of about 500. It was one of the first Mennonite villages established in the West Reserve and has some of the best examples of original Mennonite village setup and buildings, including traditional and a historic church. The village also has one of the oldest wooden churches in Western Canada that is still in use. Built by the Old Colony Mennonite settlers in 1878, the church was utilized as a sanctuary until the early 1970s at which time it was turned into a community center. Its economy is agrarian based. One of its most important attractions is the Heritage Homestead across the street from the community center.
  • Reinland is a Mennonite village in Manitoba located in the Rural Municipality of Stanley, about 10 minutes south of Winkler, Manitoba, and about 5 minutes north of US border. It has a population of about 500. It was one of the first Mennonite villages established in the West Reserve and has some of the best examples of original Mennonite village setup and buildings, including traditional housebarns and a historic church. The village also has one of the oldest wooden churches in Western Canada that is still in use. Built by the Old Colony Mennonite settlers in 1878, the church was utilized as a sanctuary until the early 1970s at which time it was turned into a community center. Its economy is agrarian based. One of its most important attractions is the Heritage Homestead across the street from the community center.
  • Reinland is a Mennonite village in Manitoba located in the Rural Municipality of Stanley, about 10 minutes south of Winkler, Manitoba, and about 5 minutes north of US border. It has a population of about 500. It was one of the first Mennonite villages established in the West Reserve and has some of the best examples of original Mennonite village setup and buildings, including traditional housebarns and a historic church. The village also has one of the oldest wooden churches in Western Canada that is still in use. Built by the Old Colony Mennonite settlers in 1878, the church was utilized as a sanctuary until the early 1970s at which time it was turned into a community center. Its economy is agrarian based. One of its most important attractions is the Ens Heritage Homestead across the street from the community center.
  • Reinland is a Mennonite village in Manitoba located in the Rural Municipality of Stanley, about ten minutes south of Winkler and about five minutes north of U.S. border. Its population numbers about five hundred, with a agrarian economy. Reinland was one of the first Mennonite villages established in the West Reserve; it now has some of the best examples of original Mennonite village setup and buildings, including traditional housebarns and a historic church. The village also has one of the oldest wooden churches in Western Canada that is still in use. Built by the Old Colony Mennonite settlers in 1878, the church was utilized as a sanctuary until the early 1970s, at which time it was turned into a community centre. Across the street is another important attraction: the Ens Heritage Homestead.
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