A journey through 500 years of rural life in Westphalia.

Last weekend, as some friends might know, I shared my busy weekend because of getting guests. My dear and adorable friend Deborah Gregory Had kindly suggested me to tell about my experiences on this.

I don’t want to write about the common and frequent events like sitting, talking about this and that or barbeque in the backyards garden, which are happening as usual πŸ˜‰ I wanna just tell about our visit in the Open Air Museum near Detmold, a small but very beautiful city in the OWL (Eastern Westphalia, Germany)

A wonderful and wide landscape in which one must have much time and of course, being young enough to reach all the places in that area.

Yes we haven’t got much πŸ˜€ only could visit the part of Paderborns village. but what we’ve got I’d tried to document by my Smartphone to share with you here. I hope you’ll enjoy πŸ™‚ ❀

very convenient for the lazy ones πŸ˜‰
I wished I’d save the smell too; it was fantastic!

6 thoughts on “Freilichtmuseum

  1. Apologies for the late visit, I’ve been travelling for weeks and today have a good internet connection (it seems!). Thank you so much Aladin for your loveliest of acknowledgement. It was wonderful to step back in time and follow the narrative of your photos … I felt as though I was there beside on your visit to the museum, turning every corner with you all and visiting all the wonderful spaces held within. Those doors in photo seven are incredible! Love and light, Deborah.

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    • Very honoured my lovely Deborah, it’s much inspiring πŸ™πŸ€—β€ yesterday I wrote a new one about my parents: a characteristic love story, you might want to read it too (if you have enough time) that is my last post and should be easily found πŸ€—πŸ™
      I have also holidays and will travel to Tasos, Greece. Wishing you a wonderful journey πŸ₯°πŸ˜˜

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