houses, restaurants, beaches and much more where we never visited. This time we made an excursion to Els Calderers. It has been on my list to do for a long time. It is a manor house that has been in the same family for many years. The present building is in the style from around 1750. The family has now opened the house as a museum and for that we can only be grateful.
|The office (I am envious of course!)|
Europe they were caught up by the wine louse, phylloxera, which came from the United States some time around 1860. The vine had to be taken away and it was replaced by more traditional farming.
|The inner yard in autumn colours|
The garden is big and houses animals and also traditional houses which was needed for the self produced households that was necessary for the times; barns, butchers house, stable, wagons, storage areas and so on. I could have moved in right away.
Enjoy the photos!
|The dining room|
|I wouldn't mind this reading place!|
|A chapel of their own|
|The wine cellar|
|The music room|
|The storage area for grains and seeds|
|Going round the house on the back to come into one part of the garden|
|The circle of trees. Maybe it was used for dancing or playing?|