The museum is housed in a former old flour and malt- and grist mill dating from 1949, still in working condition. It provides an overview of life and work of the Hunsrück population of Roman times to the present, numerous finds of Roman settlement, slate mining, flax and linen extraction and production, the individual phases of woodworking, agriculture alaam, "grandmothers Hunsrückkeuken", everything in this museum collected with attention to detail and carefully documented so that particulars-features-culture and tradition of the Hunsrück the visitor are clear. Note that this museum is only opened on a sunday afternoon (but by then we had already left our accomodation in Mittelstrimmig, so its interior and collection must be added a next time)
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