BREMEN, INDIANA

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THE MINT CITY

  • ​Bremen was discovered by German settlers in 1871.

  • It has a historic town identity and a sense of community.

  • Known as "The Mint City," Bremen was once a leader in mint production; that industry was later moved to Oregon and Washington, but Bremen retains its nickname of The Mint City.

  • Bremen was the home of Otis "Doc" Bowen, who was Secretary of Health and Human Services under President Reagan, 1981-89.

  • Religion is a large part of the Bremen culture, mostly relating to Christianity.

  • Located in Marshall County, Bremen is 40 minutes south of South Bend, Indiana, 2 hours east of Chicago, Illinois, and 2.5 hours north of Indiana's capital, Indianapolis.

  • Most businesses in Bremen relate to manufacturing, financial services or agriculture.

  • Bremen has architecturally unique buildings, a good school system, and several historic sites.

 

LOCAL RESTAURANTS

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LOCAL LODGING

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