Estonian Open Air Museum - Fences


(click to enlarge) These diagonal fences were common throughout the grounds of the museum.


(click to enlarge) A more familiar up-and-down design.

This is a very pleasant, well-done museum. According to its web site,

"The Estonian Open Air Museum is akin to a village, with 12 farms, as well as its own church, tavern and schoolhouse. There are a number of mills, a fire station, fishing net sheds as well as a dancing area and a village swing.

The museum is located in a lovely, well-maintained forest park on a high sandstone bank on Kopli Bay, just 15 minutes drive from the center of Tallinn."

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