The farm dates back to the year 1801.
picturesque farmhouse in the village of Les Etangs, approx. 100 years old.
the lorraine farmhouse dates back to 1735. It has been restored and, today, serves as a rural museum. The interior has, in part, been transformed in order to create a certain museum quality.
This 19th century farm house has undergone renovations for one year to be transformed into a residence while maintaining many original parts and objects.
this ancient barn is located on a very quiet and little frequented rural road. The rubblestone façade shows the signs of time.
Rio Grande, the Western Society of Auboué, has made it their goal to maintain and promote American and Native American traditions: clothing, music, dance, horse riding, folklore shows, theme nights
picturesque hilly landscape, typical for the region around Schwerdorff. Narrow rural roads, in part, lined with trees. Far reaching view, sparse population
situated between the towns of Felsberg and Picard, the equestrian facilities comprise numerous functional buildings, stables, stalls, indoor and outdoor boxes, horse walkers, paddocks, a large indo
typical Lorraine farmhouse with historic pilgrimage chapel (Notre Dame de Faux-en-Forêt, also featured in the Location Guide)
an agricultural business in its immediate proximity, the farmhouse, typical in style for the Lorraine region, is still being used in its original sense and function
farm with farmstead located in the hollow of a valley just outside of Welschbillig, a municipality in the Eifel region of western Germany.