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Traditional wooden trunk in Swiss farmhouse

Traditional wooden trunk in Swiss farmhouse

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Photographer: © living4media / Allig, Birgid
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Print size: approx. 32.51 × 48.77 cm at 300 dpi
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Uschi Hecken has found her home amidst the Swiss mountains

Having travelled to the region previously with her husband, Uschi later decided to return from Germany to the Swiss region of Graubünden. Here, she has built a traditional house, where warm wood welcomes you!
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