Photographer's Note

A timbered rychta (reeve's house) from Bradlecka Lhota is the first building I've selected to show you from a collection of folk architecture gathered in the open-air museum (skansen) in Kourim. It was build in Bradlecka Lhota -- a small village in the North Bohemia below the Krkonose Mountains -- in the second half of 17th century and moved to the Kourim skansen in 1981. It represents a typical North Bohemian foothill homestead up to the beginning of the 20th century.

My yesterday's photo shows the same rychta from a different PoV and an attached note introduces the open-air museum in Kourim. In a workshop there is a detail of the timbers as requested by Stephen yesterday.

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Additional Photos by Marek Prokop (MarekP) Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 797 W: 49 N: 1145] (4750)
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