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34You can see all editions of the Guide and magazine atÖsterreichisches Freilichtmuseum Stübing 8114 Stübing (Graz) Tel.: + 43 (0)3124/53700 E-m: service@freilichtmuseum. atWeb: About 100 original historic buildings were re-established surrounded by forest, meadows and cornfields. The oldest building is about 600 yearsold. Craftsman pass on their traditional artMuseum Tiroler BauernhöfeA-6233 Kramsach (Tirol) Tel.0043 05337/62636 E-m: Web: Along a valley that represents the geographical situation of Tyrol The museum houses farms some historically furnished and equipped (some dating pre 1500). There is a school, a shooting range, a watermill, a smithy, a fire station and a public bathsBelguimBokrijk Open Air Museum3600 Genk (Flanders) Tel: +32 (0)11 265 300 Fax: +32 (0)11 265 370 bokrijksales@limburg.beBokrijk Open Air MuseumMore than 100 authentic buildings with contents, interpreters in period costume and craftsmen show how things were done a century ago in the rural Flanders communities of The Kempen, Haspengouw and East and West Flanders. This year, Bokrijk is bringing the swinging sixties life to the Old CityCzech RepublicOpen-air Museum Veselý KopecHlinsko Tel/Fax +420 469 326 415 E-m: Web: In East Bohemian, a collection of approx 30 folk buildings dating back to the 19th century, learn how people lived when there was still no electricity or machines. Events with historic characters throughout the yearDenmarkDen Gamle By8000 Aarhus C Tel: +45 86 12 31 88 E-m: Web:“The Old Town” - was founded in 1909 as the world’s first open- air museum of urban history and culture.75 historical houses from Denmark demonstrate how a Danish town might have looked in Hans Christian Andersen’s days, with streets, shops, yards, homes and workshops.Hjerl Hedevej7830 Vinderup Tel: +45 9744 8060 E-m: Web: In Northern Jutland, A hundred volunteers, don period peasant clothing and inhabit the houses and workshops in the old village. See life 200 years ago. Through the many live, hands-on activities visitors will gain insight into the peasant culture and its living conditions, artisan traditions and customs.EstoniaEstonian Open Air Museum13521 Tallinn Tel: +372 65 49 101 E-m: info @ Web: Located in a lovely forest park just 15 minutes’ drive from the centre of Tallinn. 12 farms show the life of families of different occupation in 18th-20th centuries. There’s also a church, a school, several mills, a 1930s village shop, a large handicraft shop. Traditional food served at the inn.FinlandSeurasaari Open-Air MuseumSeurasaari FI-00250 Helsinki Tel: +358 40 128 6374 E-m: seurasaarenulkomuseo@ Web: Located on a beautiful island just a few kilometres from the heart of Helsinki. A Museum with 18th- and 19th-century traditional houses, manors and outbuildings from around Finland. Guides dressed in traditional costume demonstrate folk-dancing and crafts such as spinning, embroidery and troll-makingFranceMusée de plein air des Maisons comtoises25360 NANCRAY Tel.: +33 (0)3 81 55 29 77 Fax: +33 (0)3 81 55 23 97 Over a 15-hectare site, visitors gain insight into the lives of our ancestors from their traditional habitat – genuine 17th, 18th and 19th-century Franche-Comté houses have been carefully uprooted from their original locations and painstakingly rebuiltGermanySchwarzwälder Freilichtmuseum77793 Gutach (Schwarzwaldbahn) Tel.: +49 – 7831 – 93 56 0E-m: Web: Six fully furnished farmhouses, labourer’s cottage and 15 outbuildings, such as mills, sawmills, barns, stalls, a chapel, storehouses and a granny house (Leibgedinghaus) Demonstrations and events show the fabric of past life in the Black ForestFränkisches Freilandmuseum91438 Bad Windsheim (Bavaria) Tel:+49: (0)9841-6680-0 Web: Over 80 original building were moved from all over Franconia and re-built here the 11 acre site to give a good overview of traditional Franconian life from the late Middle Ages to the 19th century. Each house is virtually a museum with period furniture and household articlesHollandNederlands Openluchtmuseum(The Netherlands Open Air Museum) NL-6800 AP Arnhem Tel: +31 (0)26-3576111 Fax: +31 (0)26-3576147 E-m: Web: A journey through the lasttwo hundred years. Authentic buildings, objects and true stories bring the past to life. The museum has farmyards, farmhouses, cottages and businesses, farmer’s café and shops.Zuiderzee Museum1601 LA Enkhuizen Tel: +31 (0)228 351111 Email Web: In the 1930’s the former Zuiderzee was closed off from the North Sea, and the two inland seas thus created were called the IJsselmeer and the Markermeer . The indoor and outdoor Museum tell the history, crafts and culture of the regionHungarySzentendre Open Air MuseumH-2000 Szentendre, Tel: 0036 26/502-500 Fax: 26/502-502 E-m: or sznm@sznm.huApprox 20 klm from Budapest. The aim of founding the Szentendre Open Air Museum was to present folk architecture, interior decoration, farmingand way of life in the Hungarian language area from the 2nd half of the 18th century to the 1st half of the 20th.NorwayMaihaugen2609 Lillehammer Tel:: +47 61 28 89 00 Fax: (+47) 61 28 89 01 E-m: post@maihaugen.nocontinued on page 35...ESTONIAN VILLAGEIN THE CAPITAL OF ESTONIATHE ESTONIAN OPEN AIR MUSEUMOpen daily year-round (except June 24, Dec 24, 25 & 31): • in summer season (Apr 23 – Sept 28) at 10:00 – 20:00 • in winter season (Sept 29 – Apr 22) at 10:00 – 17:00Information line: +372 654 9100 • www.evm.eeONLY 15 MINUTES FROM THE CENTER OF TALLINNOpen Air Museums

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