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Fairy Tales Cottage??!! - Sirogojno Ethno Village, Zlatibor, Serbia [SNS HDR]
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Sirogojno is a village in Serbia located on Mt. Zlatibor. Sirogojno offers a variety of interesting activities including fashion shows of knitwear handmade by women living on Mt. Zlatibor, evenings by the fire, and a summer school for learning traditional crafts such as pottery, knitting, mosaic-making, and graphic skills.


In Sirogojno there is also an open air museum, or "ethno-village" known as the Old Village Museum (Serbian: Muzej "Staro selo"), covering nearly 15 hectares with authentic elements of ordinary life collected from all over the Zlatibor region from the 19th century. The ethno-village displays a set of traditional wooden buildings, including a bakery, a dairy, and an inn, all in authentic form.

The village of Sirogojno was declared a Monument of Culture of Exceptional Importance in 1983, and it is protected by the Republic of Serbia.



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