Museum Of Wooden Architecture & Peasant Life, Suzdal

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4.6/5 based on 550+ reviews on the web
Step inside the life of a Russian peasant during the 18th and 19th centuries at Museum Of Wooden Architecture & Peasant Life. The open-air museum showcases preserved wooden buildings and homes relocated to this site from various villages in the Vladimir region. Tour the interior of the furnished homes to get a taste of what rural Russian life was like. Notice the significant changes in architecture and interior decorations brought about by economic changes in a shift from earlier 18th-century to later 19th-century homes. The museum stages several seasonal celebrations. Use our Suzdal travel itinerary planner to add Museum Of Wooden Architecture & Peasant Life and other attractions to your Suzdal vacation plans.
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  • Air Museum, all wondering how are Russians huts, houses, mills. All there, with the actors. And interesting to visitors and local people in suits to earn additionally. Sit knit local grandmothers, people communicate that something interesting will tell about the city.
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  • Very beautiful museum that gives insight into life in Russia XVIII-XIX centuries. On the field cost houses representatives of the different estates, wonderful churches, there is a mill, an unusual pit and other household objects. And another zagončike on the territory of grazing and attract the attention of foreign tourists big geese.
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  • Museum of the great outdoors can be at ease walking through territory go into each construction. Required to visit.
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