Detached farmstead for animal husbandry, Nagykunság
The ensemble of farm buildings reconstructed on the fringes of a settlement in the Great Hungarian Plain preserves the memory of one-time stables-with-fireplace in the outsteadings. The survey made on the spot by ethnographer László Varga underlay reconstruction. The oldest building on the plot is a dwelling-cum-stable augmented later with another stable for oxen. Structures of this kind were typical of detached farms in the Nagykunság in the 18th-19th centuries. As a result of changing standards new stables and dwelling house were raised, and the old houses served on as outbuildings. In the Museum we present such a state, characteristic of the 1920s.
Hungarian Open Air Museum
The aim of founding the Szentendre Open Air Museum was to present folk architecture, interior decoration, farming and way of life in the Hungarian language area from the 2nd half of the 18th century to the 1st half of the 20th century, through original and authentic objects, relocated houses arranged in old settlement patters. The more and more elaborate settlement plan appropriates the relocation of more than 400 edifices into the museum, arranged into village-like regional units on the basis of ethnographical considerations.
The Great Hungarian Plain
The Great Plain is, with its sandy stretches and loess downs, the largest flatland in the Carpathian Basin. It comprises the area between the Rivers Danube and Tisza, the Trans-Tisza territory, and the Banat. Other areas are named after the peoples settled there in the Middle Ages (Nagykunság, Kiskunság, Jászság i.e. Great and Little Cumania, Jazygia) and in the 16th-17th centuries (Hajdúság). In some of the comparatively few subregions (Kalocsai Sárköz, Sárrét) that lie on marshy ground, the composition of population remained undisturbed.
Geographical conditions greatly influenced building methods in the Great Hungarian Plain. The medieval flatland of forests and groves became a treeless puszta by the 18th century. Earthen walls gained ground. The largest unbroken zone of earthen architecture in Central Europe came into being. Wood could not, of course, be completely left out of buildings. Doors, windows, floors and trusses had to be made of wood. Large quantities of pine logs were produced in the surrounding mountainous areas for floating down to the ports, equipped with sawmills, in the Great Hungary Plain.(Source: skanzen.hu & Vendégváró)
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mikolaj_kawa (0) 2010-11-12 1:23
Hello George! Superb countryside. Excellent weather. Fine lightness and brightness. Superb colours. Good shot, perfect sharpness. Well done!
lousat (71461) 2010-11-12 1:25
Hi George,what a vert a nice country scenary,i like a lot this different composition,the perfect light and the very good warm colors,top sharpness as usual.Thanks for share,have a nice day,LUCIANO
snunney (78821) 2010-11-12 2:12
A well composed shot of this attractive rural scene. The point of view is well chosen and the image has good light, colours and sharpness and a pleasant atmosphere. It is always interesting and informative to visit outdoor museums such as this as well as offering great photographic opportunities.
vasilpro (40701) 2010-11-12 2:33
Wonderful rural composition, excellent light management, lovely colors, beautiful farm, very nice POV.
Have a nice weekend, Vasilis.
besnard (51810) 2010-11-12 3:56
Une jolie scčne pastorale qui me plait beaucoup. Bravo.
Merci pour le partage et bonne journée.
francio64 (38264) 2010-11-12 5:12
bella immagine bucolica ottimamente composta, con una gestione della luce ottimale.
Sergiom (53823) 2010-11-12 5:25
Trčs belle scčne de la vie en campagne. Le cadrage est bien choisi et la gestion de la lumičre efficace. J'aime beaucoup le toit de chaume.
dip (23512) 2010-11-12 9:44
a beautiful rural scene,amazing warm tones and good lighting,
I also like the details,
well seen and captured,
jlbrthnn (79791) 2010-11-12 11:07
Good evening George,
It is a balancing spectacle and which will recall to most lucid than it is necessary for our survival, to be nonfar away from work fondemental of the ground and the breeding. A photo enlightened and very pleasant good. Cheer.
Have a good evening
bukitgolfb301 (34262) 2010-11-12 15:16
Hi my dear George
Unusual well done shot for quite uual country side.
Calm and peaceful atmosphere by soft color and tame composition via well consideration. This is your original style I like very much. Congratulation on your great job and have a good weekend, best regards,
danyy (0) 2010-11-12 23:04
nous voilŕ dans l'intimité de ce troupeau, dans son enclos. J'admire ici le naturel des couleurs, cela se voit au ciel notamment.
Une photo nette et parfaitement exposée, bien cadrée, coup d'oeil hors des villes cette fois.
dkmurphys (45873) 2010-11-13 2:32
An image very common here too. Waiting for the winter... Interesting capture, nice scene.
Have a nice day.
serp2000 (37511) 2010-11-13 22:05
Kiváló fotó mezőgazdasági témát. Okoz egy mosoly, nem voltam a faluban.
Nagyon horashaya összetétel, kiváló élesség.
Minden a legjobb!
- Copyright: George Rumpler (Budapestman) (82620)
- Genre: Places
- Medium: Color
- Date Taken: 2008-03-30
- Categories: Daily Life, Food, Nature, Architecture
- Camera: Pentax K10D
- Exposure: f/8, 1/250 seconds
- More Photo Info: view
- Photo Version: Original Version
- Date Submitted: 2010-11-12 1:21