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John Cahoon and his wife visited Germany a few years ago and took a USO tour to the Black Forest region. They took the first 9 pictures in this series.
These first 9 pictures were taken in an outdoor "Tyrolean museum". The museum replicates a typical rural German village of the 16th /17th centuries. The houses and other structures are representative of the architecture, life-style and methods of construction of the period. While the houses sometimes appear to be quite large, they provided shelter for both people and their cattle during severe weather.
The Black Forest region of Germany is located in southwest Germany, near Offenburg.
Field workers at the end of the day.
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