Etno park Tulba - muzejska postavka
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Etno park Tulba - muzejska postavka

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Ethno Park Tulba in Pozarevac
(translated with Google Translate, sorry for errors)

In the National Museum of Pozarevac formed in 1972. The Ethno-park on a nearby hill, Tulbi, in order to display in a public place of the traditional values ​​of folk architecture Braničevo.

Today in the Ethno-park includes three buildings: two-piece and a four houses and a barn for storing grain. This small unit is the core around which begins to develop an open-air museum.

Porojekat Ethno-park revitalization involves setting up new facilities in order to display the main segments of national and privredng historic architecture and cultural heritage Braničevo. 1st Wooden House (durungara) Melnice from the village, the area Mlava built in 1860. year.

The house has two sections - "House" (kljet) and a room. It is set on the basis of sandstone rock netesanog connected with mud mortar masonry basement room beneath the ground. This type of home is known as the "house of steel" is a typical element konsruktivni mountain areas. 2.Kuća log (durungara) Melnice from the village, built in the area Mlava 1880th Year.

Belongs to the type of house-developed log. There are four rooms: the "house", a large and a small room and storage. The house was a waterwheel, wooden cabinet to hold dishes, a crate of flour, pelvis, fireside Sinija with tripod, for holding various dishes and preparing food items for the hearth (Sadžak, preklad, vatrlj, hangers, in a room with two beds, benches , wooden chairs, desk and chest of clothes. In the small room is set up a loom for weaving. 3.Ambar Lučice from the village, the area Morava built around 1864. In.

In unutršnjosti has three partitions ("section") to accommodate a variety of grains. It is located near a large house, in a series where they were stable and kazandžinica. Revitalization project Ethno-park, the construction of wells, the basket with a porch, basement-where beer was kept in the wine and brandy, the exhibition area, ticket office, an amphitheater for performing various stage shows and workshops in which temporary or permanent working artisans (grnačari, licideri, cobblers, Sarači) in which visitors might be familiar with the process of making craft products and buy them as souvenirs.

Additional elements they would make a spatial path made of bricks, benches, fences around the yard and other elements that would enhance the work of Ethno-park.

We note that in the ethno-memorial park set Požarevac devoted to peace and the realization of the project during construction similar to the tent where the 05.juna lasted until 21 July 1718.godine arevac peace sign

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