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Picture by Jan Boeykens (@Quernus)
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This corner house is from the 15th or 16th century and is an example for the wooden and loamconstruction, as it used to be in use often at that time. The wood-skeleton and the mat work are hidden under a loam cover. The facade is corbeling out.