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Friday, March 20, 2015

The Land of Hayracks by RB10



A hayrack (Slovene: kozolec) is a freestanding vertical drying rack found chiefly in Slovenia. Hayracks are permanent structures, primarily made of wood, upon which fodder for animals is dried, although their use is not limited to drying hay.[1] Other food stuffs such as field maize are dried on them as well. Although it is a practical structure, a hayrack is often artistically designed and handcrafted and is thought by Slovenes to form a distinctive form of vernacular architecture that marks Slovene identity. more: http://j.mp/1GA0PDe http://j.mp/1GA0RLx via 500px http://j.mp/1Ff0dGa

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