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Traditional architecture in Barnadu area

18 February 2012 No Comment

arhitectura-traditionala-in-zona-barnaduHidden behind the massive stone walls from Bicaz Gorge (Cheile Bicazului) the area where Barnadu village is located is a true jewel in terms of old traditional architecture. Here you’ll have the chance to admire the traditional construction style that is still used by the locals. The construction material used is mainly wood: this element plays a vital role in the architecture of the area.

The house represents a central and vital element in the rural life and building it is a sum of many aspects starting with the financial involvement, continuing with the hard manual work to build it and ending with the desire of preserving the traditions and customs. Here, the old tradition of wood houses adapts to modern times because of the significance of wood that is related to health and “the house” as an entity.

Traditional architecture Barnadu area, Neamt County

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To build these wood houses it takes time, skill and quality materials. The decorations used in building the houses from Barnadu village represent the continuity of wood sculpting tradition. At the construction the builders use wood pillars with decorative elements.

Here you’ll see over 100 years old houses but also more recent constructions that preserve the building techniques used in creating the foundation and ending with the roof. A hike during winter season in these parts will represent a unique and beautiful journey where tourists will admire the beauty of the wood!

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