Khokhlovka (Russian: Хохловка) is an architectural and ethnographic open-air museum in Perm Krai, Russia. Located in the Perm municipal district, on the right bank of the Kama River, 43 km from Perm. It was founded in 1969 and opened for visitors in 1980. It is the first open-air architectural museum of wooden architecture in the Ural.
Khokhovka includes 23 unique monuments from the 17th – early 20th centuries. The territory is about 35 ha with many wooden constructions and buildings that were moved here from different places of the Perm Krai.
It is one of the most important attractions in the Perm Krai.
- Church of the Transfiguration (Церковь Преображения) 1707, from the Cherdynsky District
- Church of Our Lady (Церковь Богородицы) 1694, from the Suksunsky District
- Watchtower 17th century, from the Suksunsky District
- Bell tower 1781, from the Suksunsky District
- Izba of Kudymov (Изба Кудымова) 18th century, Yusvinsky District
- Threshing floor with barn (Гумно с овином) 1920, Kudymkarsky District
- Windmill, 19th century, from the Ochyorsky District
Festivals and holidays
The museum regularly hosts various ethnic and cultural festivals and holidays. The most important of them is the ethnofuturistic international festival Kamwa, which is held every year in Khokhlovka.
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