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We like to do family visits to Ludorvai, especially when festivals are on. It is small but very peaceful and you can learn about the life of the Udmurt people - houses, costumes, believes and try traditional food.
Well kept outdoor museum of traditional Udmurtian village life. You have a number of typical Udmurtian farms here with preserved interiors. I recommend to book a guide as much of the history and traditions of this people are unknown to Russians and other outsiders. The...More
This is a heritage site representing the way the Udmurts used to live in the past. It is a large territory some 12 km south of the city where woden houses were reassemble to recreate a village. It is not clear though what was left...More
I am glad to see this place finally went on TripAdvisor site. My husband and I visited this place 10 years ago and really enjoyed it. It is a bit of a drive out of town into the country site, but you could also enjoy...More
It's a 4 Ha big terrain with some interesting old wooden houses on it, it offers a nice glimpse in to the life of the Udmurt life of yesteryear.
All houses are historically accurate and rebuilt on site from other places around Udmurtia.
I wasn't impressed very much by ancient windmill and stuff, but that's because I was raised in village. If you're a citizen, Ludorvai will charm you with it's soft touch of history. But the real scoop is to get on one of the events that...More
Learn several Udmurt words and their history, taste PEREPEC pies with herbal tea served by hodpitable Udmurt old ladies. All for $3. There were also Russian and Tatar mansions that our group did not reach - you may visit them if not already familiar with...More