This is a little complex of farm buildings moved to the National Village Museum from Moişeni in the north of Romania. It’s a chunky construction, the walls of the main building are comprised of just two or three planks.
The also quite chunky turning gate.
The inside isn’t open, but there’s a photo provided at least.
The pantry on the left, with modern fire fighting equipment, and the pigsty on the right.
The wooden cross made from oak, apparently known as a ruga, meaning prayer. It was designed to offer protection for the household.