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Sirogojno is a village 10 km away from Mt. Zlatibor. An ethno village covering nearly 15 hectares has been created with authentic elements or ordinary life from this region from the 19th century. The ethno village display includes a bakery, dairy and inn, all in authentic form.

Sirogojno offers a variety of interesting activities including fashion shows of knitwear hand-made by Mt. Zlatibor women, evenings by the fire and summer school for learning traditional crafts such as pottery, knitting, mosaics and graphic skills.

Sirogojno - the museum of National Architecture, Staro Selo (old village) is situated in the village of Sirogojno, 20 km soth of Užice. It was founded in 1980 and it shows the architecture and interiors of old houses, the way of life of not just the people who lived on Zlatibor, how they worked, lived and organized their families but also of the people of southwest Serbia and the wooded hills of the region of Dinarska, all in the open air. All the houses have been brought to the museum from villages and are furnished with authentic furniture, tools and goods, as are the yards. Staro Selo includes almost 40 buildings made entirely of wood. One particular dwelling includes two small houses and yards with outhouses. This household is made-up of a typical high-roofed Zlatibor log-cabin, with a smaller residence for younger family members.

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