These farmhouses are only a few that make up the nearly one hundred historic buildings found at the Dutch Open Air Museum in Arnhem. This is a living musuem where people can see the actual buildings and how they were used. Many of the structures were built hundreds of years ago. In 1912 the museum was founded as a way to preserve the architecture and cultural heritage surrounding a fading way of life. Unfortunately the card does not give details of the buildings. I would love to know what they were used for, but I am pleased to be introduced to this sort of museum. Who knows, maybe someday I'll get to visit it.
The card was mailed with a Postcrossing stamp as shown here.
Postcrossing card #93