Category:Low German houses

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English: The Fachhallenhaus is the most widespread type of traditional farmhouses in northern Germany and southeastern Netherlands. The term can be translated with department hall house. Originally all indoor life of men and animals took place in corners of one large hall, forming the ground flour of the house. The attic above served as the barn. Later some chambres and at last even a kitchen was separated from the large hall.
Deutsch: Fachhallen- bzw. Niedersachsenhäuser
Plattdüütsch: Biller vun Neddersassenhüüs
Nederlands: Hallenhuisboerderij
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Low German house 
type of timber-framed farmhouse found in Northern Germany and the Netherlands, which combines living quarters, byre and barn under one roof
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LocationGermany, Netherlands
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hallenhuisboerderij (nl); Neddersassenhuus (nds); Niðerseaxiscu hūs (ang); Hallenhaus (de); Eepen Huus (stq); Low German house (en); нижнегерманский дом (ru); Sassiese bouwstiel (nds-nl); Saksergård (da) type of timber-framed farmhouse found in Northern Germany and the Netherlands, which combines living quarters, byre and barn under one roof (en) Saterhaus, Seelter Huus (stq); Niederdeutsches Hallenhaus (de); Saksische boerderij, hallenboerderij, hallehuisboerderij, hallenhuis, hallehuis (nl)

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