The history of Sooääre farm, that was its
the original name dates back at least for 200 years. The oldest part of the cottage-cum threshing barn originates from the first half of XIX century, it’s a threshing barn room with soil floor and people used to live there and also dry crop in the autumn. Living room with chambers was built in the second half of the XIX century.
Smoke sauna, paargu or better known as a summer kitchen, storehouse, cellar, coach house and victualler (former cowshed) are all part of the Farm Museum. There are also remains of an old dug well. In all buildings, there are expositions of archaic tools and commodities. Soera was a typical XIX century Hiiu household.
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