The kitchen and oven have been preserved in their original condition. The chimney comes from a house in Sent; the associated open fireplace has been reconstructed. This type of kitchen was mainly found in aptrician houses, where the kithcne served as a dining room for the servants. The kithcne of a typical Engadine house had no chimney. The smoke from the stove moved through the kitchen to the fireplace in a corner of the kitchen. The walls and vaults were pitch black and shiny.
Museum d'engiadina bassa Scuol
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