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OPLEN HOUSE, BOHINJ

A homestead in Bohinj, uniting residential and office premises under one roof. All rooms are equipped with the authentic furniture of the last owners.

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POCAR HOMESTEAD, RADOVNA

One of the oldest homesteads in the Triglav National Park with a rich collection of exhibited items owned by the Pocar family, and the history of the Pocars.

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LIZNJEK FARM, KRANJSKA GORA

Enter the old farmhouse and you will feel how the wealthy farmers lived in the second half of the 17th century.

In the more than 300-year-old Liznjek House in Kranjska Gora, you can walk through the wooden house with black kitchen with bricks, a wide lobby and a small room. Climb up to the attic to two wooden bedrooms called “štibelc” and descend to the cellar called “čevder”.

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KAJŽNIK'S HOUSE, RATEČE

Kajžnk's House in Rateče is a cultural monument of local importance, the same as the museum collection “Ethnological heritage of Rateče”. For all lovers of national cultural heritage, this wonderfully refurbished house with its collection is really a mandatory experience.

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ŠENK'S HOMESTEAD, JEZERSKO

Visit to the old homestead with a ‘black kitchen’, wood-burning oven and numerous old pieces of furniture and other items.

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JENKO'S BARRACKS ETHNOGRAPHIC MUSEUM, JEZERSKO

Museum with a collection of items and furniture from the everyday lives of our ancestors, located in a large 16th century building , which served as lodging for the night for travelling merchants.

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VOGVAR'S HOUSE, NAKLO

A wooden building, over 200-years-old, with residential and office premises, an ethnographical museum with typical furniture of the then accommodation spaces and presentation of the shoemaking craft.

MUSEUM IN PETROVEC'S HOUSE, CERKLJE

Archaeological and ethnological collection on the history of the settlement of Cerklje and Petrovec's House, a former inn.

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NACE'S HOUSE, ŠKOFJA LOKA

The only house in the town of Škofja Loka that even today has not significantly changed its external appearance.

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KURNIK HOUSE

Life as we remember it ...

The birth house of the poet Vojteh Kurnik is a precious remnant of the architectural heritage in Tržič. The house with its groundfloor built of brick, a wooden storey, shingle roof,  open-hearth kitchen and ventilation openings in the roof connects the rural and urban architecture of the 18th, 19th and early 20th centuries.