Bucharest – National Village Museum (1780 House from Moiseni)

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 stable.

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.