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Remains Of Old Slavic Architecture – Old Wooden Houses Across Eastern Europe

natamykha (CC0), Pixabay

Remains of old Slavic architecture. I don’t know that is something survived in Moscow region of wooden architecture. I am afraid no. Most wooden remains are in north, like Kizhi. The building that you post the first is for sure not ancient, may be it is even new – you see very untypical wooden architecture, something like modern or even constructivism. We now take you on a journey to see the amazing jewels that are scattered all around Slavic countries:

monastery, borodino, landscape
katevoitova (CC0), Pixabay
fire, village, wooden houses
8moments (CC0), Pixabay
russia, church, village
tpsdave (CC0), Pixabay
landscape, village, winter
Alicefoxa (CC0), Pixabay
winter, village, smoke
djsaga (CC0), Pixabay
cottage, open air museum, village
Iwona_Olczyk (CC0), Pixabay
sanok, open air museum, rural cottage
jarekgrafik (CC0), Pixabay
architecture, poland, church wood
rauschenberger (CC0), Pixabay
sanok, open air museum, rural cottage
jarekgrafik (CC0), Pixabay
cover with straw, poland, malopolska
uroburos (CC0), Pixabay
cottage, old, wooden house
uroburos (CC0), Pixabay
architecture, house, slovakia
rauschenberger (CC0), Pixabay
architecture, village, slovakia
rauschenberger (CC0), Pixabay
building, slovakia, wood
rauschenberger (CC0), Pixabay
vlkolinec, the open-air museum, village
Walkerssk (CC0), Pixabay
habakuky, donovaly, slovakia
Walkerssk (CC0), Pixabay

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