THE TRADITIONNAL FARMHOUSE OF VOSGES SAONOISES
Farm of La-Proiselière-et-Langle (1761) rebuilt in the The Maisons comtoises open-air museum in Nancray
We recognize the traditional farmhouse of the Vosges Saônoises to its characteristic central porch called "chari". This "preliminary barn" that could be used to house a truck, or the farmer at work.
The traditional farmhouse was divided into three parts: the house (at the left in the photo), the barn, with the "chari" (in the middle) and the stables (at the right). The chari had the advantage of access to the three parts of the farmhouse while remaining sheltered.