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Old Posted Jan 1, 2007, 2:48 PM
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CZECH REPUBLIC | Walachian village

Hi All, today I want to provide you something different than what you can see here usually. Following pics are shot in a Walachian museum in nature in the Czech Republic, showing how did our ancestors live 200 years ago.






Old wind mill:




Toilet. Nice in winter. Notice that no maintenance is needed:


Doghouse:




School:


Storage:










I love this detail:














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Old Posted Jan 3, 2007, 4:25 AM
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Lol, there are places in Romania where people still live in a very similar fashion. Sure, they have cars and tv's now, but the architecture has not changed; neither has the perdominantly substinence agricultural system.
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Here's some from Romania: the Village Museum in Bucharest.



















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Looks similar to the Ukrainian Heritage Village outside of Edmonton.
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