"Typical wooden house" Rudamina Local Custom Tip by matcrazy1

Rudamina Local Customs: 16 reviews and 16 photos

by matcrazy1

There were quite many, 2-store (-floor) wooden houses in and around Rudamina which were similar to this one on my picture. They were usually built either in 19th or at the beginning of 20th centery.

These houses looked similar in shape to many houses built in Poland but they were not brick/cement but wooden. They had a front vestibule (porch) put on the ground floor which either had typical windows (like usually in Poland) or was fit with a lot of glass (like on my picture and often in... Germany).

The balcony on the roof of the front porch was typical as well. Lithuanian wooden houses were usually painted in either green or yellow or orange.

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  • Written Jul 14, 2004
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