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Ethnographic regions... Sanok
By Pogranicze Media
Published: 10.03.2015

Rogi, district: Krosno
The inn (the beginning of the 19th century)
   One of the most common kinds of inns especially in the Sub-Carpathian Region, with a drive-in hall running along the w hole building. In the front part of the building the pub and the alone separated from the innkeepers room by the hall. Inns used to be lodging houses and places of rest for transportation carts, coachmen, as well for travelers. Fright carts and travelers carts were kept in the specious hall during the bight in order to protect carried goods against stealing. Next is the carts there were stands for horses. Beside the inn there is a well with a crane.

Ropa, district: Gorlice
The priests house of the Roman - Catholic (about 1865)
   The spacious building consisting of five dwelling rooms, a storeroom, a hall, and a corridor; Next to the living room there used to be a little alcove - bedroom without windows, but the division wall has been cut out by the users. Interior furnishings from the beginning of the 20th century. Apart from the simple equipment in the kitchen and a housekeepers room, there are interesting, stylish biedermeier and Ludwig Philip furniture. Next to the sacral paintings there are depictions of a patriotic character hung on the walls. Noteworthy in the parish office with the desk from the middle of the 19th century in the style of Ludwig Philip. On the wall the there is a portrait of Francis Joseph I, the emperor of Austro-Hungarian country to which in that time the southern part of Poland belonged. In the yard there is a brick well from the end of the 19th century, moved from a parish farmstead in Krzywcza near Przemyśl.

Wydrna, district: Brzozów
The village school (about 1880)
   The building was built owing to united efforts of the village dwellers and the village manor house. It was used both as a school and a teachers house since the World War I. The interior of the classroom furnished as it looked like at the beginning of the 20th century. There are a raw of desks, a blackboard, a case for educational aids and an abacus in the classroom. On the wall there is a portrait of the emperor Francis Joseph I (this part of Poland belonged to Austro-Hungarian country). Beside there is a political map of Europe of that time. In the dwelling part and a store room there is an exhibition connected with the educational system in the region of Sanok since the 19th century to 1950.

Lipinki, district: Jasło
The fire station (1934)

Haczów, district: Krosno
The smithy (1850)

Komańcza, district: Sanok
The one building farmhouse (1885)
   A dwelling room and two storage rooms on the one side of the hall, and a threshing flour with a stable on the other. In the main room there is a chimneyless stave for cooking directly on the fire. On the opposite side of the entrance from the hall there is a place where little lambs and calves were kept. There are a chest table with a movable tabletop, and benches along the walls. Near the entrance to the hall there is a carved chest for clothes. Beside the house is a toilet from Samoklęski wear Jasło (1940), and a well. Behind the house is a granary with a cellar from Komańcza (beginning of the 20th century).

Rożnowice, district: Gorlice
The cottage (1858)
   The building consisting of four rooms: a storeroom, a hall, and two dwelling rooms which were formed at the end of the 10th century, after the division of one spacious apartment. In the kitchen there is a stove with a hood, in the alcove a stove heated by the smoke coming from the stove in the dwelling room. At the back walk there is an annexes, which has a frame construction, covered with a lean-to roof.
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translated by Justyna Rymarowicz

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