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The Ecomuseum of Alsace is an open-air museum located in Ungersheim, Alsace, France. It was created in 1984 and is dedicated to preserving and showcasing the traditional culture and way of life of Alsace. The museum is set on 15 hectares of land and features over 70 authentic Alsatian buildings, including farmhouses, workshops, and homes, that have been carefully restored and preserved.

Visitors to the museum can explore the interiors of the buildings and see how people lived and worked in the past. They can also participate in workshops and activities, such as bread-making and blacksmithing, and learn about traditional crafts and skills.

In addition to the buildings, the museum has a collection of over 40,000 objects that illustrate the history and culture of Alsace. These include textiles, ceramics, furniture, tools, and more.

The Ecomuseum of Alsace is a unique and immersive way to experience the traditional culture and heritage of Alsace, and it offers something for visitors of all ages and interests.