Słowińskie Kluki


In the village Kluki sited at the south bank of the lake Łebsko lived still in the first years after the second world war a tribe Kaschuben of the Słowińzen. In the village Kluki as well as in the surrounding small towns few people who are descended from the Słowińzen live nowadays only still. In Kluki itself there is the open-air museum Słowiński which consists<A[consists|exists]> of historical buildings. In the building interior use subjects of the former time are exhibited. The open-air museum is expanded continuous and from extended. Of the 1st May up to the 3rd May folkloristic events find with kaschuben music and different dances instead of. One can bake at the historical bread and prick at the traditional peat participate.