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We went to this house that belonged to a chimney sweep artist. He and his family were collectors of many different but beautiful and historical objects. If you are interested in learning more about the people who lived here in the past this is a...More
Situated in the centre of the town, this interesting old house has been well restored with a very recorded story of life here almost 2 centuries ago. The only downside is the stairs which will be a major problem if you suffer from any mobility...More
You enter to a house where an absolute multi-talent family (without educational background as they were chimney cleaners and during working they found some amazing furniture and other art items) had lived and collected all these wonderful pieces from all around the world (France, Austria,...More
The interior of the Storno house is nice but often overloaded to the point where it becomes tasteless. Some of the rooms were furnished with the purpose of showing off to guests; if this is really how they looked originally, the result is more like...More
The owner of this house was Ferenc Storno, originally a chimney-sweeper, he lived in the 19th century. He loved art and became a significant restorer. You can admire his collection of art in this museum. You can admire his art works and see the way...More
The house of a self made man who started out as a chimney sweep, this contains a rather fascinating collection of furniture, glass china and paintings in the old Storno family home. The building itself dates back to the 18th century I believe and is...More