The house where Teodora Panainte's ancestors lived has been receiving visitors since July 2020. She was the one who insisted that the house be preserved, and not demolished, as is customary these days. The museum started with two carpets, an icon and the war of weaving. Then, Teodora gathered from several villages objects to keep in the house: towels, weaving tools, shirts, carpets, etc. My old corner hides a picture of the past in the two rooms and a central hallway. The house was built between 1934-1935, and the blue color of the carpentry makes it special among the neighboring houses. In addition to hospitality, Teodora receives her guests with a part of her ancestors' life, her childhoo...d stories and details of village life.