The Belarusian National Architecture and Household Museum near Minsk, Belarus 726
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The Belarusian skansen in Ozertso village, also known as Strochitsy, is located 4 kilometres from Minsk. There are 25 wooden buildings from the 19th and 20th centuries, brought here from Central Belarus, the Belarusian Lake District (Poozerye) and Podneprovye. The dwellings have authentic reconstructed interiors, visitors can taste Belarusian cuisine in the tavern. On holidays, folk festivals with traditional rites and games are held at the museum.
Thematic and interactive tours, traditional ceremonies and team quests are organized by the museum. The museum is closed on Mondays and Tuesdays.
Please check the working hours at the official website.
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