Государственный музей народной архитектуры и быта - музей под открытым небом, где представлены типовая застройка и быт белорусской деревни конца XIX- начала XX вв.
Ozertso village, Minsk region
Belarusian State Museum of Folk Architecture and Rural Lifestyle is a an open-air museum which shows the typical construction and the lifestyle of a Belarusian village of the end of XIX - beginning of the XX century. The museum is divided into 6 parts dedicated to the historical and ethnographic regions of the country: Lakeland, Dnieper region, Central region, Eastern and Western Polesie, Ponemonie.
All exhibits such as houses, church, mill, outbuilding are authentic, they were either sold or gifted to the museum. They were disassembled and transported. The interior of the houses typical for this region was restored: hanging clothes, beds covered with traditional blankets.
There is a lot to see in the museum, and takes o lot more than just one hour if you want to see all exhibits of the museum and visit all locations.
The first open-air museum was founded in 1891 near the Swedish capital city Stockholm in a place called Skansen. This place gave the name to the museums of this type.