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Wooden architecture of sieve farmsteads in Biłgoraj on the example of the farmstead at Nadstawna 32 St.
Rzeszow University of Technology, Department of Building Conservation, al. Powstańców Warszawy 12, 35-959 Rzeszów, Polska
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At the turn of the 17th and 19th centuries, the sieving industry developed in the Biłgoraj region, which became the dominant branch of crafts and trade. In a special way it contributed to the development of the city - its construction, tradition, culture, and in present times to the identity of its current inhabitants. It was due to this industry that the local population of that time travelled to the city and recruited Biłgoraj sieve makers . Unfortunately, as a result of wars, unstable situation in the country, declining profitability of sieves, as well as economic changes, this line of industry collapsed, leaving a small but valuable mark. The last preserved sieve house along with farm buildings is a "sieve farmstead” built in 1810 at Nadstawna 32 St. (formerly called Krasickiego 50 St.)  left in its original position, i.e. in situ. The object stood out against the background of wooden buildings due to its rich functional program, characteristic and representative form of the building together with regional architectural details.
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