July 17, 2009

The Little Galician Town [5]

This is another part of the Little Galician Town. The path leads to the Etnographic Park in Nowy Sacz (Skansen). We plan to go there soon so we will show you this place with great pleasure:)

13 comments:

Jacob said...

I really like this place. Are there people living and working here? Or is it mainly a museum?

Leif Hagen said...

Handsome houses! Looks like a small church down the road . . . wonderful place!

James said...

Very nice.
We look forward to the pictures.

behcet said...

İT İS GOOD PHOTO

joo said...

Świetne, przypominają mi trochę domy w Starym Sączu. A co w nich jest?
Pozdrawiam:)

m_m said...

@Jacob and @Joo - there is mainly a museum inside:)
Thanks for all your comments!

Vogon Poet said...

Really enjoyed these images, look forward for the next ones from the museum.

Jacob said...

Thanks m_m! They do look good enough to live in...

Peter said...

So, there is also a Skansen!! :-)

gogouci said...

Very interesting museum. Love the photos. Where is everyone?

PAK said...

Dobrze, dobrze coraz lepiej ;) Coraz bardziej podoba mi się to miasteczko (choć na początku kręciłem nosem, że nazbyt widać jego nowość).

glasgowdailyphoto said...

This is such a beautiful place! Having showed Sibiu's ethnographic museum the other week, I'll look forward to seeing yours!
Jackie

Matthias said...

m_m miło popatrzeć na świeże fotki z rodzinnego miasta (5 lat nieobecności)
@joo - te domy nie są ze Starego Sącza, tylko z Gołkowic. Pierwszy i drugi są kopiami istniejących domów, trzeci został odbudowany z planów wykonanych przed rozbiórką oryginału.
@PAK - zestarzeją się szybciej niż sądzisz :D
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These houses are the part of the new development of the Ethnographic Park in Nowy Sacz, being copies of a fragment of the tight 19-century Austrian urban layout of Golkowice, some 20min. drive south from Nowy Sącz. First two are offices, the third one is open for public (AFAIK).

Thanks for the hometown photos, m_m!