The complex of wooden buildings in Mokrzyska
It is all that remains of the long rows of wooden huts which twenty years ago still dominated the village.
Currently you can see a set of buildings with their gables turned to the road, reminding us how such a street layout once looked. The peasant huts with gable or hipped roofs are characteristic of the Kraków style: single-storey, single-bay and built using log construction, they have up to three living spaces. The huts were not boarded and the walls were white-washed or painted blue. White-washing was also used on the strips between the beams of the framework.