Roofless kozolec from the Ribnica valley
A similar drying device is the roofless kozolec from the Ribnica valley, also known as “kozuček”. It’s a wooden construction with upstanding pillars and cross members on which the grain and hay were placed. The point of both ostrvi and the roofless kozolec was that the locals could put them up and take them down as needed throughout the year.
Taken from: Etnolog 17 (2007), Gorazd Makarovič, Kako so nastali kozolci?
Slovenski etnološki leksikon, Angelos Baš ur., Ljubljana 2004.
- Ostrvi from Bela Krajina
- Roofless kozolec from the Ribnica valley
- Lah’s kozolec from Migolica
- Pluskar’s kozolec from Brezovica pri Mirni
- Šraj’s kozolec from Velike Pece
- Rantah’s kozolec from Vrh
- Šepec–Lash’s kozolec from Dolenja Nemška vas
- Lap’s toplar from Bistrica near Šentrupert
- The hill toplar from Prelesje
- Kamnar’s toplar from Ravnik
- Blašč’s kozolec from Praprotnica
- Zatler’s toplar from Rakovnik pri Šentrupertu
- Luka’s toplar from Trstenik
- Grčarjev toplar
- Franckov kozolec from Draga pri Šentrupertu
- Žmavčev kozolec from Straža
- Ziherle’s toplar from Slepšek
- Gabrijel’s kozolec from Rodine pri Trebnjem
- Jurglič’s toplar from Prelesje
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