|The Liznjek farmhouse is a genuine " Alpine House" which was
erected several centuries ago and bears witness to the folk architecture
of the eighteenth and early nineteenthcenturies. With a basement below
its entirety (stable and cellar), a mansonry ground floor, wooden main
living quarters, a stone walled "black
kitchen", closet, wide
hall, vestibuled chambers (the two black rooms served as a granary
and living room), and a wooden closet above
the entrance, Liznjek's house was, for its time, one of the most advanced
examples of rural architecture in the area - a prototype that remaines
virtually unchanged to this day.
Upon renovation in 1983, the house was turned into a richy furnished museum - rich in terms of the number and variety of originalimplements characteristic of the period when the house was in its prime.
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