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Tronoski vajati - Tronosa
Serbia

The old village "Tronoski Vajati" consists of transferred, rebuilt and reconstructed wooden cottages from villages in River Jadar Valley and it is situated close to Tronosa Monastery. This old village is called "Tronoski Vajati" which means wooden cottages of Tronosa and represents unique open-air museum of traditional country architecture and lifestyles of this part of Serbia. Tronoski Vajati is also cultural center for conservation and presentation of tradition of Loznica region.

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