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Sub-Carpathia Ancestral Village


The houses shown below—recreated in Kolochava and Uzhhorod—are typical of many of the early village homes of Sub-Carpathia. Most were either a thatched roof or a shingled roof house with one or two rooms.

Every item in the room had a purpose. For example, the hearth, used for cooking, and sometimes located between two rooms, also served as the heat source in the winter. Notice the bed located next to the hearth in the following photographs.

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