The museum captures the mood of a Finnish-Russian shop and shopkeeper’s home of the early 20th century. The yard houses for example a smithery and craftsmen’s old facilities. The last to live in the house was the merchant family Muraviev, who traded.
The Shopkeeper’s Museum is a culturally and historically valuable log building completed in 1841, and the last of the courtyard buildings was built in the 1870s.
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