Category:Museum of Folk Architecture and Life, Uzhhorod

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English: Museum of Folk Architecture and Life, Uzhhorod:an open-air museum in the city of Uzhhorod, Ukraine. It includes architectural monuments of ancient Transcarpathian village and sample the oldest and most widespread types of folk applied art. The museum has examples of housing estates and lowland areas (Dolinians, Romanians and Hungarians), and - Highlanders (Boyko and Hutsul): 7 mansions, 6 residential buildings, a church, a bell tower, a school, a smithy, a mill, and a tavern.
Закарпатский музей народной архитектуры и быта (ru); متحف الهندسة المعمارية والحياة الشعبية (ar); Museum der Volksarchitektur und des Lebens in den Transkarpaten (de); Закарпатський музей народної архітектури та побуту (uk); Museum of Folk Architecture and Life (en); Ուկրաինայի Ժողովրդական ճարտարապետության ու կենցաղի թանգարան (hy); മ്യൂസിയം ഓഫ് ഫോക്ക് ആർക്കിടെക്ചർ ആൻഡ് ലൈഫ്, ഉസ്ഹോറോഡ് (ml); Museum fan de Folksarsjitektuer en it Libben yn de Transkarpaten (fy) מוזיאון באוקראינה (he); Museum in der Ukraine (de); Museu em Uzhhorod, Ucrânia (pt); museum di Ukraina (id); متحف في أوكرانيا (ar); ഒരു ഓപ്പൺ എയർ മ്യൂസിയം (ml); museum in Oezjhorod, Oekraïne (nl) Ужгородский скансен, Закарпатский музей народной архитектуры (ru)
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Location Uzhhorod, Zakarpattia Oblast, Ukraine
Inception
  • 1965
Date of official opening
  • 1965
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48° 37′ 15.1″ N, 22° 18′ 21.45″ E
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