WALLACHIAN OPEN-AIR MUSEUM [ Museum ]
WALLACHIAN OPEN-AIR MUSEUM
National cultural monument
Rožnov pod Radhoštěm
It was founded in 1925. Currently the museum is the most extensive open-air museum in Central Europe; there are about a hundred and twenty listed buildings. There are three separate sections - the Wooden Town, the Mill Valley and the Wallachian Village. In the Wooden Town there are mainly timbered houses of the civic type, a wooden town hall, a copy of the reeve’s house from Velké Karlovice, Vašek’s Pub, and also the wooden St. Anne’s Church from Větřkovice. There is also Wallachian Slavín, which is a cemetery for prominent natives. In the Wallachian Village there are unique rural folk buildings including country farmsteads with a living farm with a flock of Wallachian sheep and other livestock. In the Mill Valley you can visit an old tilt-hammer, a mill, a sawmill, or a fulling machine. Tens of cultural events are annually held in the Wallachian Open-Air Museum.
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