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Ferme Caussenarde d'Autrefois, Hures-la-Parade
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belle visite avec une revue pour suivre pièce par pièce la vie des paysans d'autrefois; tout est bien reproduit comme avantnice visit with a journal to track piece by piece the life of peasants in the past; everything is well reproduced as beforeshow original
Pas visité on a fait que l'exterieur entrée trop cher pour n'avoir aucun guide mais seulement un fascicule que l'on suit avec des numeros mis au mur des bâtimentsNot visited we did outside entry too expensive for not having any guide but only an issue that we follow with numbers put on the wall of buildingsshow original
C'est un endroit très bien conservé et surtout très beau.Le guide que l'on nous a donné à l'accueil est super bien fait .Tout est bien expliqué et très intéressant.A la fin les 20 minutes du DVD sur l... read more »This is a very well preserved and especially beautiful place. The guide that we were given at the reception is super well done. Everything is well explained and very interesting. A the end of 20 minutes of the DVD on the history of this farm is captivating and also the star du Berger where we stayed we saw the whole DVD and we discovered the charm and history of this farm. Finally we recommend the visit to this farm that allows to see life in the pastshow original
This is a sympathetically restored farmstead with beautiful vernacular architecture. Arriving on a very hot day in the height of summer we appreciated the clever ways in which people created cool shelter for people and animals. Storing enough water to last through the dry summer was also very ingenious. The exhibition of tools was fascinating, especially the early combine harvester which was pulled by oxen. Wooden gutters collected water from the roofs and tree trunks were hollowed for making beehives. A guide brochure in English helped us to understand everything.
Cris FALISSARDSuperb our Lozère if can known but so extraordinaryshow original
Laetitia MatheyWonderful, this is definitely worth detour, a landscape and a superb atmosphere. We can only respect the work done by the old full of courage.show original
Katia DomeizelWonderful, a must seeshow original
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