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Szlak Ginących Zawodów, Kudowa-Zdroj
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Dzbanek z gliny, pieczenie chleba i pokaz kowalstwa. Fajna zabawa głównie dla dzieciaków. Małe mini zoo dopina całości.Clay pot, baking bread and Blacksmithing. Fun mainly for kids. Small mini zoo dopina whole.show original
Kim jest kowal i jak zrobić miseczkę glinianą. No a jak chleb, to tylko prosto z pieca. Fajne miejsce dla dzieciaków, gdzie nauczą się i zobaczą zawody rzeczywiście ginące.What is a blacksmith and how to make a clay Bowl. Well, and as bread, it's just straight out of the oven. Cool place for kids, where they will learn and see the games actually forgotten.show original
Szkoda, że nie było najważniejszego, czyli zaginionych zawodów, bo krótki pokaz wyrobu dzbanka z gliny to za mało. Poza tym jest mini zoo, możliwość zjedzenia pysznego chlebka ze smalcem, wejść do sta... read more »It is a pity that it was not the most important, that is missing the competition, because a short demo of the product modelling carafe is not enough. Besides being a mini zoo, the ability to eat delicious chlebka with lard, enter the old windmill and watch folk costumes and décor of the old cottages.show original
Petr HruškaVery nice private museum a short distance from the border and the center of the Kudowy Zdrój. The last time I was here in 2011 and since then, almost everything has changed for the better, and further improves. Suitable for all ages and small children, a large zoo-park where most of the animals you can feed, dry bread can be purchased at the box office. Refreshments-homemade sausage roast on the fire, the ability to purchase excellent bread baked in the oven according to the old recipe. I recommend to all who want to see how our ancestors lived. The helpful and friendly staff.show original
Marek WardaszkoA place where interesting for children. In addition to the mini Museum you can see the mini zoo. I was here a second time and as before the area is disfigured the various gratami and not about antique items-simply see no order for example. abandoned mailbox vegetables or fruits, old features and a variety of "przydasie". On the fence next to one of the skansenowch chat broken pitchers and posted shirts, that old age overlap Moss. Bread from the oven bought a take-away at home tastes like niedosolony piece of junk. You can visit especially with children, ticket prices high compared with attractions in Kudowa.show original
Marta IdzikowskaShow products of clay ok, delicious bread with lard. But the mini zoo gives a lot to think about ... Animals kept in small cages, runs the dirty ... Heart hugged me view the white beautiful OWL wystraszonej, which does not have any trees in the cage, had no where to hide ... Big goose in a cage where instead of grass, stones and sand. I left with tears in his eyes and disgust remains:(show original
Agnieszka AgnieszkaEverywhere lie scattered over the old lumber. Animals kept in very poor conditions because they have a very dirty and small Playpens. There is no way to go in the stable because the one and the other side of the stall are animals that attack horns when they see the food and the transition between one and the other side is very narrow. Animals should be received in order to be able to live in decent conditions.show original
Andrzej MadeyBasically ok, mini zoo for children, for the adult does not necessarily, bread and Nice, but after leaving remains unsatisfied. The idea of super, execute niesuper. Along the way, worth a look, but there is no what to do from this point tours.show original
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