Local aristocratic kitchens in the modern era

Local aristocratic kitchens in the modern era

In the modern era, current Slovakia was part of the Kingdom of Hungary. Until about the sixteenth century, the local nobility lived in stone castles on high hills. However, this way of life was uncomfortable and there was usually a problem with water. Gradually the aristocracy moved down to the foothills. There they built mansions. According to Tünde Lengyelová, a historian from the Slovak Academy of Sciences, the manor houses were designed so that the kitchens would be in a suitable place in the building.

240226_kitchens_web Máte problém s prehrávaním? Nahláste nám chybu v prehrávači.

Patrícia Arpášová, Photo: SNM/Klub priateľov histórie Bojníc

Živé vysielanie ??:??

Práve vysielame