2 Restored 19th Century Wooden Peasants Palace [photos]

Restored 19th Century Wooden Peasants Palace [photos]

Posted on June 21, 2018 by tim

Man has restored a wooden palace of 19th century. According to the story it was built by a rich peasant. It was almost destroyed back in 20th century but later rebuilt in almost authentic certainty to detail (except restroom probably).

The interiors. You can rent a room here now.

Russian oven that can be used to cook.

Example of the room for rent.

A Peter the Great era furniture.

A hallway.

However the road to reach this place is horrible says the author.

And here is how it looked before:


We had a few years ago a piece on it, when it was still not restored, you can see photos click here.


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2 Responses to “Restored 19th Century Wooden Peasants Palace [photos]”

  1. Kent_Diego says:

    Great to see. To much rotting history that needs a coat of paint.

  2. Yuri says:

    I remember seeing a photo of this house before. I thought at the time I would love to rehabilitate it. I’m happy someone has. Its beautiful.

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