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    Boris V.
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    Croatia

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    Anonymous

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    #349252

    Anonymous

    I found info about the first building that [email protected] posted. This was built in Arhangelsk and is called Sutyagin House. Building was begin in 1992. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sutyagin_House
    So this is not a remain of old Slavic architecture.
    A pity that they destroyed this amazing building in 2009…

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    Anonymous
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    I found info about the first building that [email protected] posted. This was built in Arhangelsk and is called Sutyagin House. Building was begin in 1992. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sutyagin_House
    So this is not a remain of old Slavic architecture.
    A pity that they destroyed this amazing building in 2009…

    Yeah, but it is a remain of the Slavic architecture. Since being from wood it would hardly make it to this day if it was "old", but the thing is it is made in that architecture style, typical for old Slavic settlements.

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    I found info about the first building that [email protected] posted. This was built in Arhangelsk and is called Sutyagin House. Building was begin in 1992. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sutyagin_House
    So this is not a remain of old Slavic architecture.
    A pity that they destroyed this amazing building in 2009…

    Yeah, but it is a remain of the Slavic architecture. Since being from wood it would hardly make it to this day if it was "old", but the thing is it is made in that architecture style, typical for old Slavic settlements.

    Oh no, it's clearly with modern and constructivism influence. How amazing it would not be, it is not old and not typical for old Slavic houses.

    #349255

    Anonymous

    Church – Croatia, north of Zagreb

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    #349256

    Anonymous

    Wooden churches in Slovakia

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    [img width=525 height=700]http://www.muzeum.sk/dostol/gkat/lukovvenecia/lukovvenecia02.jpg” />

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    #349257

    Anonymous

    Old wooden churches of Poland:

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    #349258

    Anonymous

    More ancient architecture (pre-Christian) in Poland:

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    [img width=700 height=392]http://gobart.tv/wp-content/uploads/2009/11/Biskupin-house-2.JPG” />

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    [img width=700 height=466]http://40.blox.pl/resource/biskupin1.jpg” />

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    Anonymous

    Other old skansens in Poland:

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    Anonymous

    Longhouse type was the most common type of buildings among northern IE (balto-slavs and Germans). Roundhouse on the other hand was common among southern IE (ancient celts, the rest of southern IE before the bronze age), as well as among etruscans, possibly because of the southern IE influence.

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    Anonymous

    Slovakia
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    #349262

    Anonymous

    Outdoor museums of Slovak village

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    [img width=700 height=241]http://www.skanzenmartin.sk/images/msd-titulka.jpg” />

    [img width=700 height=456]http://blog.sme.sk/blog/4542/70795/Cicmany.jpg” />

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    [img width=700 height=393]http://photo.vivo.sk/jpeg/4067/167528/_n/b713306/skanzen-zuberec” />

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    [img width=700 height=561]http://photo.vivo.sk/jpeg/3029/90153/_n/91911e/skanzen-Pribylina” />

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    #349263

    Anonymous

    Absolutely wonderful !
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    Place of my dreams.  ;)

    #349264

    Anonymous

    Slovakia has lot of open air museums of folk architecture from 18. and 19. th century.
    Very interesting is also Slavic architecture from 9 th. century. Pictures that you can see here http://www.archeoskanzen.cz/veligrad_2009.html or here    http://slovanske-hradiska.blogspot.com/search/label/Domy%20Slovenov you can find in archeoskanzen Modrá in Moravia – close to Slovak borders with Czech republic. That is original architecture of old Slavs.

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