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Sanok Open Air Museum

The Sanok Open Air Museum houses the largest collection of historical buildings based on folk architecture. The Lemks, Bojks, Western Pogorzans, Eastern Pogorzans and Dolinianie are the natives of this mountain region and a slice of their lives, rituals and practices dating from the 17th to the 20th century are variedly represented in the museum.

History in the form of peasants' dwellings, manors, religious buildings like a chapel and a 17th century Orthodox Church, a water mill, a smithy, a windmill, a charnel house, a sawmill, granaries, and even the local inn has been recreated in the museum. The Sanok Museum beckons you to take a walk down the memory lane.


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