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The Amana Colonies were established shortly before the Civil War by a group of German-speaking European settlers who belonged to a religious group known as the Community of True Inspiration. Here, they began a communal system of living divided into seven different villages, and encompassing over 20,000 acres of land.

Amana - Ackerman Winery

Amana - Ackerman Winery

Amana - Heritage Museum

Amana - Heritage Museum

Amana - Heritage Museum

Amana - Heritage Museum

Amana - Heritage Museum Wash House

Amana - Heritage Museum Wash House

Amana - Heritage Museum Wash House - 2

Amana - Heritage Museum Wash House - 2

Amana - Mill Race

Amana - Mill Race

Amana - Woolen Mill

Amana - Woolen Mill

Amana, IA - Barns Near

Amana, IA - Barns Near

Amana, IA - Heritage Museum Wash house Outhouse

Amana, IA - Heritage Museum Wash house Outhouse

Amana, IA - Railroad Depot

Amana, IA - Railroad Depot

East Amana, IA - Barn - 3

East Amana, IA - Barn - 3

East Amana, IA - Barns

East Amana, IA - Barns

East Amana, IA - Barns - 2

East Amana, IA - Barns - 2

High Amana, IA - Barns

High Amana, IA - Barns

High Amana, IA - General Store

High Amana, IA - General Store

High Amana, IA - General Store Interior

High Amana, IA - General Store Interior

High Amana, IA - General Store Interior - 2

High Amana, IA - General Store Interior - 2

High Amana, IA - General Store Interior-3

High Amana, IA - General Store Interior-3

Homestead - Building

Homestead - Building

Homestead - Cider Mill

Homestead - Cider Mill