Ethno village – a museum Ljubacke Doline

Ethno village – a museum Ljubacke Doline covers an area of about 2 hectares in the village Ljubacevo, about 17 km away from Banja Luka.

These are natural depressions in the land with a diameter and depth of up to a few hundred metres. The valleys are concentrated in the whole Ljubacko polje and as such they do not exist anywhere else in Europe. They are even mentioned in some textbooks in Western Europe as a unique natural phenomenon and a real tourist attraction.

Ethno village Ljubacke doline has been designed and set up a museum in the open air with the intention to show the life of one cooperative in the region, its traditional architecture, material culture and furnishings from the late 19th and early 20th century.

The ethno village consists of houses, grain barns, mljecar, lodge (buildings for sleeping), corn storage, barn, shepherd’s hut, shed for the storage of agricultural machinery and tools, bee hives, distillery, etc. In total, close to thirty buildings.