Kościuszki 2, Kolbuszowa, Podkarpackie, Poland • http://www.poland.travel
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The Folk Museum is lovely situated on the edge of town of Kolbuszowa. Collected exhibits originate from the ancient Sandomierz Forest located in the fork of the Vistula and San rivers, and from the river basin of the Wisłok which was inhabited by two ethnographic groups – Lasowiak people and Rzeszowiak people . About sixty large and small objects of rural wooden architecture are located in the area of 29 hectares , partly covered by wood. Apart from buildings, surrounded by gardens, the collection comprises equipment, tools and implements serving the householders in their work and everyday life. Among the most interesting buildings are: a group of wind-mills, the water-mill, the school and the country inn. The Museum is constantly enriched with new objects and articles of folklore increasing ethnographic and touristic value of the Etnographic Park. Every year, on the first Sunday of June the Open Air Museum invite to Presentations of Folk’s Creation .
- The church dedicated to the Transfiguration of Our Lord God and Savior Jesus Christ was erected…
- The parish church dedicated to Sts. Stanisla and Wojciech was erected between 1656 and…
- At the beginning the museum was a small institution, but now has more than 10 thousands…