Household buildings

Bolotova lednik (ice house)

Bolotova lednick (ice house) from village Korolevskaya, Nyuksenitsa district.
Bolotova ice house is the building consisted of two parts: underground and overground. It’s for long-term preservation. A deep pit (2-2,5 m) underlies buildings of this type. A construction “napogrebnitsa” is above this pit depending on the type of applied constructive scheme.

Barn from village Nefedikha

Barn from village Nefedikha, Totma district
The barn from village Nefedikha belongs to the type of the four-wall barns with one zalobnik and the roof with overhangs directed to the main and back facades.
The zalobnik is ledge above barn’s front door. It overhangs by 1,4 m in the axes of  the excessive cuttings (it’s crossing of log construction’s outer wall by the cross wall which stuck out on the facade). Four carved posts with a fence form the space of the covered gallery and support the zalobnik along the outer wall.

Chadromtsev barn

Сhadromtsev barn from village Korolevskaya, Nyuksenitsa district
Сhadromtsev barn is a double-chamber (five-wall) grain barn with two overhangs – “zalobniks”.The zalobniks project above the main and the back facades accordingly by 0, 57 and 0, 36 m.

Barn from village Perevoz

Barn from village Perevoz, Totma district
The barn from the village Perevoz belongs to the type of the four-wall barns with one zalobnik and the roof with overhangs directed to the main and back facades.

Nikulina barn

Nikulina barn from village Yakinskaya, Tarnoga district.
Nikulina barn is a four-wall two-storied grain barn with two zalobniks. In the plan the sizes of this log construction are 3,45x 3,45 m (in the axis), with overhangs of  the zalobnik which has 0,6 m long (along the main facade) and 0,3 m long (along the back facade).

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