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Suzdal is part of the golden ring. It was built on the banks of the Kamenka River.
A good way to see how life was like in the past. There is a rich man and a poor peasant house.
You can see a church and...More
Spent roughly an hour there to view the various wooden structures. I enjoyed viewing the peasant and wealthy home. Better to get a local guide if possible as some structures and features in the homes required explanation. There was a lovely gift shop as well.
Worth a visit to see the wooden houses, churches and framers of olden days. Though the weather was cold and crisp when we visited yesterday, the site is really beautiful and one should visit it when in Suzdal.
After all of the brightness and colour of the churches throughout Suzdal, it was quite interesting to explore this dark and somewhat "gothic" structure. It is set on a bit of a hill that overlooks the surrounding area. Well worth taking your time to slowly...More
I may be a bit unfair, giving this place an "average" rating, but I have done so mainly because there are many other more attractive things to see in Suzdal. Give this place a miss if you have seen (or are going to see) the...More
If it`s about your first trip to Russia then go, it`s a mixed collection of wooden buildings from all around Russia`s countryside, dated 18-19 century, you`ll probably enjoy having a look and get some new ideas, but after the Volga cruise and visiting Kizhi island...More
Pretty little recreation of a wooden village, the buildings have been moved to this location and renovated to show how it would have originally looked. Beautifully finished with much attention to detail. There was a summer and a winter church, three houses and a few...More