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Krompach - Upper Lusatian Houses
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The Upper Lusatian House is a special type of house which combines separate living and working parts. The upper part of house, used for living, is usually timber and stands independently on pilots over the brick or timber lower part where the kitchen, stables and such were. There are still many of them standing throughout the whole Lusatian area, including Germany, Poland and Czech Republic.

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Uploaded: 21/11/2013
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Tags: folk; architecture; lusatian; village; rural; rustic; country; germany; czech republic; czech; garden; flowers; trees; meadow; wooden; house; mountains; road; fence; hdr
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