Galician Town in Nowy Sącz

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A hundred years ago, almost every town in Galicia was similar to each other. In the streets and on the market, there were mostly single-storeyed, often wooden houses with arcades propped on wooden poles, from which we entered small shops or workshops. In the middle of the marketsquare, paved with unworked pebbles, called “cobblestones”, a statue of St. Florian was required to stand under a roof, in one of frontages there should be a large wooden inn and the town hall towered over the whole. This is how the reconstructed Galician Town, built next to the open-air museum in Nowy Sącz, looks.

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