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Open-air museum in Neuhausen ob Eck
Baden-Wuerttemberg
25 reconstructed houses from the Swabian Alb landscape, Black Forest, Lake Constance, Hegau, Baar and Upper Neckar give vivid insights into rural and rural life in former times. Through their voices facility they give visitors a realistic picture what it looked like once in a farmhouse in the village. The focal point is a small village with church, farm, school and city hall, department store, blacksmith, Hafnerei, Farrenstall and fountain in the village square.
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