Thursday, 21 August 2014

Priest's house and farm

21st August 2014

In the Museum of Folk Architecture in Sanok there is an interesting Priest's house and farm which dates back from 19th century.

Priest's house interior












In the 19th century Roman -Catholic priests were very influenced, well off and what's more well educated. They could write and read but most people couldn't do it.


THANKS FOR VISITING

13 comments:

  1. glad they preserved it. i, of course, like the fences. :)

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    1. Thank you very much for visiting.

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  3. What a pretty place, lovely scenes and photos..have a happy weekend!

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  4. wonderful images. that grass roof is amazing.

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  5. I've never seen a fence put together like the light tan ones with the pickets that seem to be held together my reeds or small branches. (For others viewing those photos, I suggest clicking on them to see larger views.) It is amazing how many different kinds of fences there are in the world. I guess most people use what's available locally. In my area, It's difficult to find something unusual, but once in a while, I do.

    My "Good Fences" post can be found here:
    http://proartz.blogspot.com/2014/08/good-fences-82114-gugus-truck.html

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    1. So it is the first time when you have seen. Next time I will publish link on your blog.

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  6. What are the little houses in the third to last phot, behind the statue? Looks like a very interesting place to visit, and I like all the different roof styles.

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    1. They beehives in the old style. It is very interesting place believe me

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  7. Different to here but great to see.

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