Kavčnik Homestead

more than a year ago
One of the many treasures of antiquated rural architecture still standing in Slovenia, this several hundred year old wooden farmhouse has the southernmost example of a smokehouse (dimnica/kuhna). These were used, prior to the more modern black kitchens (črne kuhinje) commonly found in Slovenia, to smoke meat. A precious example of cultural heritage, it has been rightly preserved since it ceased to be occupied in the 1980s. For those who romanticise simple country living, the traditional farm tools, furniture, artifacts, and indeed whole layout of the property, will delight.


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