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This is a wooden building shown yesterday among the greenery.

A two-storey manor granary from the 18th century which was used for the storage of corn.
The Wallachian Open-Air Museum (Vala¹ské muzeum v pøírodì) is an open-air museum in Ro¾nov pod Radho¹tìm, Moravian Wallachia, the Czech Republic.
The museum is dedicated to preserving and presenting Wallachian material culture and traditions.
The open-air museum was founded in 1925 by brothers Alois and Bohumír Jaroòkové.
It is the second oldest and largest open-air museum in the Czech Republic.

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