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Stubing

After several earlier attempts, the Osterreichische Freilichtmuseum (Austrian Open- Air Museum) was started in 1962, when work was begun in the Styrian village of Stubing by the renowned scholar Professor Viktor Herbert Pottler. It now occupies an area of 66 ha (24 acres), only 15 km (10 miles) north of Graz. The museum displays are buildings that have been moved here from other parts of Austria. This journey across the country, from east to west, from Burgenland to Vorarlberg, reveals remarkable regional differences in architecture, furnishings and workrooms, and document the everyday life of the houses’ former inhabitants.

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