Kluki Skansen

Gdańsk & Pomerania

Set on the southwestern shore of Lake Łebsko, the tiny isolated hamlet of Kluki was the last holdout of Slovincian culture, now showcased in the centrally located skansen, an open-air museum of traditional architecture. It’s modest but authentic, comprising original in-situ buildings. The long, two-family, whitewashed houses are fitted with traditional furniture and decorations.

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3. Natural History Museum

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4. Smołdzino

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5. Shifting Dunes

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8. Witkacy Gallery

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