This originally remote farmer village dates back to its first settlements in the 13th century - where moor farmers lived and worked hard - the painters Otto Modersohn, Paula Modersohn- Becker, Hans am Ende and other artists painted the landscape and their life. There are still about eight old farmer houses, but only one farmer is still active. Now Worpswede is a village for artists and gallerists - and a tourist trap, too.
Many thanks for yesterday's comments, I had some problem with Firefox on my PC.
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