Nizhnyaya Sinyachikha Museum-Preserve of Wooden Architecture and Folklore, Nizhnyaya Sinyachikha

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Nizhnyaya Sinyachikha Museum-Preserve of Wooden Architecture and Folklore is located in Nizhnyaya Sinyachikha. By using our Nizhnyaya Sinyachikha trip generator, you can arrange your visit to Nizhnyaya Sinyachikha Museum-Preserve of Wooden Architecture and Folklore and other attractions in Nizhnyaya Sinyachikha.
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  • All liked to tell-not so interesting, we must all see! Very good coped with the role of tour guide girl (unfortunately not asked name), we called in advance ordered tour. the only-there's a café "aura" little choice on the menu. And so everyone recommend to travel!
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  • From Ekaterinburg drive auto to Alapaevsk hours two or three, who like rides, we turn towards the sign board to the locality of Lower Sinâčiha, another 10-15 minutes and we have the main building of the Museum of wooden architecture and folk art of the name I.d. Samoilova. It's an old nonperforming Church in our Russian style, inside a shop of souvenirs and artifacts. Optional is not expensive, we invited all us tour guide showed and told, one can see that people not only knows his stuff, but love this profession and Museum-reserve. Just want to write the main thing-here's this man samoilov, unique, the pride of our land, because no one asked, not forced, it's something it sat our Russian concern for his land, ion bit by bit, from different places, towns, villages, collecting household items, sledges, carts, rustic ware, which was already more than one hundred years, this is all for money, sparing no personal time collected , brought, restored in the reserve, and all present some exhibits 500 years, think only. This museum is not simply in the Sverdlovsk region in the Urals, not yet here and your style of painting on wood, and its technology of construction of houses, and if not for this great man, just anything-would not have been burned and everything is as almost everywhere. Here and the fire station, and a watchtower, a few houses, village houses, as well as household items, crafts, paintings by one of the local's masters, made in different years. On the territory of the museum-reserve held Russian holidays and festivals.
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  • Went to the lower Sinâčihu, Sverdlovsk region, 18 June. Excellent location and very informative tour. There you will see the Church of the late 18 b, in which the 2 floors is a Museum: 1 floor of the Museum of church utensils, 2 floor delightful Museum Ural house painting. The painting used for the furniture and interior decoration, painting different next feature: burning images, the wizard took the brush just two primary colors and the brush tip white, so we ended up with two-color line razbelom. Exhibits in the Museum are elements of furniture and Interior Russian houses collected from many villages of Sverdlovsk region and not only. In the open-air museum, you can see the Tower of Ostrog, protective fire Tower, a peasant Manor 17 century and the Interior, well with wheel, forge, bath, a combined total of three logs! Learn that the first fire-prevention rules in Russia appeared in the 11st century: forges were built only at the edge of the village, the main fighting fire pinned on the local population, Stoke were allowed on certain days, the ban on the Firebox in the summer and more. In the forge can be independently "forge" coin. The accent in the name of the village (emphasis allocated in capital letters): lower SinâčIha. Definitely worth a trip there with a child, and the Museum is open Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., you can use the services of a guide. Toilet in the street (composting toilet) for free. Near the Bottom there is a Sinâčihi Top Sinâčiha with amazing local history museum. On the way from the bottom to the top Sinâčihi Sinâčihu'll see monastery, where during the revolution were mines, one of which had been abandoned by relatives of the last Czar Nicholas II. The lower and upper Sinâčiha Sinâčiha are required to attend, including children.
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