The Alsatian Museum in Strasbourg France is located in three adjoining homes built in the 1600’s.
All the homes have inner courtyards with multi-storied covered walkways.
We stayed in the Hotel Corbeau nearby that was similar in style and built in 1528.
The museum homes are filled with over 5000 artifacts depicting everyday life.
Hand carved and painted woodwork is especially charming as you see in this very cozy bed.
Flour mill spouts attest to the emphasis placed on artistry in everyday living.
Many homes of this era contained family businesses like this old pharmacy.
This typical traveling prayer case demonstrates both faithful devotion and an artistic sensibility.
Cheers to you from the old wooden treasures of France~