Russian wooden architecture is something you can meet in any Russian village all your way through Russia.
Here we had already an article about Kizhi wooden churches, the place, the island on Onega lake in Karelia, Russia, where different examples of Russian wooden architecture are collected, from all over the Russia.
Today it’s a different story, this is a sample of just a common village from Russian rural countryside. It’s not something from medieval times, it’s a way of how the modern Russian countryside house builders look on things.
Buildings on this photosets are used in everyday life – there are photos of schools, city hall (village hall) etc.
This is simple Russian school.