The Fuen Village.
The Funen Village is an open-air museum that presents a Funen Village milieu as it could have appeared in the time of Hans Christian Andersen.
The Funen Village includes some thirty buildings dating from the 17th to the 19th century, all of which were moved to the museum from various sites in the Funen region.
A village milieu has been created here comprising half-timbered houses, flower gardens, fenced enclosures, livestock and animals, a village pond and a village street – all surrounded by cultivated fields.

Hjerl Hede’s Open-Air Museum.
The museum consists of the Old Village, the Jutlandic Forestry Museum, and the Museum for Peat production. More than 50 different buildings can be seen at Hjerl Hede’s Open-Air Museum, showing the style of building and furnishing in the rural areas, as well as showing a number of elements which are characteristic for the surroundings of an old Danish village. Among these are the rural craftsmanship.

Abelines Gård
Abelines Gård, an old wreck master’s farm at Holmlands Klit near Havrvig, is now a museum. It is a well-preserved example of the many four-wing West Jutland farms built on the dunes in the mid-19th century in the area from Nissum Fiord in the north to Nymindegab in the south. These farms on the sand dunes contain many interesting architectural features and were always brick-built and thatched with the main house facing south. Many of the farms have been lost over the years, and modern holiday homes have muscled in on those that are left. Abelines Gård still stands out on a wide open stretch of dunes typical of the west coast in the 19th century.

Price for a 30x45cm signed image is  75.00 EUR

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Wash Tub

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The Alcove

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The Bed

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The Inn

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Wash Room

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Table and Candle

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