Open Air Museum of Folk Architecture and Living in Humenne

Region: Region Prešov (Prešovský kraj)
District: Humenné
City / Municipality: Humenné
Latitude:48° 56' 25.43388" / 48.9403983
Longitude:21° 54' 32.274720000036" / 21.90896520000001
Included in categories: Museums
Open Air Museum - Humenne The exhibition area is located almost in the middle of the town of Humenné on a relatively attractive and rugged terrain, which reflects the character of Upper Zemplín (Horný Zemplín) region. On an area of about 4 ha you can see 15 objects - blacksmithery, a mill, agricultural huts and domestic houses. Dominant of the open-air museum is a wooden church - the Church of St. Archangel Gabriel which was moved here from village Nová Sedlica. The open-air museum is part of Vihorlat Museum's exhibition. ... Read more
folk architecture and living

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