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A few kilometres outside Cardiff in Wales, England is the Museum of Welsh Life, Saint Fagans. It is one of Europe's most outstanding open air museums. The Museum shows how people of Wales lived, worked and spent their leisure time over the last five hundred years. The village-museum has a variation of buildings, brought from different parts of Wales. These include a school, a chapel, various different farmhouses and cottages as well as several workshops where craftman such as blacksmith and cooper demostrate their skills to the public.

It is excellent and if you are close to Cardiff you have to visit it. There is so much to see that you need a whole day and you never get bored.

This shot is from a farmhouse built in 1508 but re-erected in 1962 in the Museum.

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