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Museum of Slovak Village - house interior
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Múzeum slovenskej dediny je najväčšou národopisnou expozíciou v prírode na Slovensku. Expozícia podáva obraz tradičného ľudového staviteľstva, bývania a spôsobu života obyvateľov oblastí severozápadného Slovenska v období druhej polovice 19. a prvej polovice 20. storočia. Pôvodným zámerom Slovenského národného múzea v Martine bolo vybudovať expozíciu podávajúcu ucelený obraz o tradičnej stavebnej kultúre a bývaní na území celého Slovenska (s jednotlivými typovými a regionálnymi stavebnými špecifikami). Do súčasnosti sa zatiaľ zrealizovali celky expozičných objektov z Oravy, Liptova, Kysúc–Podjavorníkov.

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