老司机寒无解It was built in 1968, when the Soviet government moved the most representative wooden houses near Suzdal and Vladimir here, and built wooden houses and a museum of residential life. There are houses, shops, wells, waterwheels, flour milling windmills, summer churches, and winter churches (fires can be built). The museum recreates a small Russian town three hundred years ago. The wooden house is simple, dim, and narrow, with narrower beds. You must know that this is already a "face-saving" attraction built by the government, and it is still so small. This shows how miserable the life of serfs in the bitter cold land was.