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Village Museum (Falumuzeum), Holloko
Hungary

Consisting of three rooms, bedroom-kitchen-larder, the building represents the home of a young family living with grandparents in the early 20th century.

The local history museum is hosted in a typical Hollókő peasant house. Its cellar opens from the street. A door from the clay-plastered veranda leads into the kitchen. On the left is the front room, or as it is called locally, the 'first house', which looks onto the street. To the right is a larder which once served as the old folks' sleeping quarter. All three rooms were heated by the earthenware oven standing in the kitchen.
Traditional and decorative objects, furniture, textiles, household utensils, metal pots, baking trays, pottery and farming tools can all be seen in the exhibition.
Source: http://hungarystartshere.com/Village-Museum-Falumuzeum-Holloko

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