Open-air museum of viticulture and viticulture
The Stará Huta folk architecture monument reserve is a part of the village of Sebechleby, which is characterized by wine cellars and wine-growing dwellings. The village belongs to the Yugoslav wine region, while the first vineyards date back to 1219. The vineyard settlement is located 3 km from the village Sebechleby and its biggest attraction are hand-dug tuff cellars. Several wine events take place regularly in the village. In most cellars it is currently possible to taste local wines, but also some of the cottages also provide accommodation. The dominant feature of the village is, in addition to the vineyards and cellars themselves, also the chapel of St. Urban.
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