Falkenstein Castle (Austria) Also called Neu-Falkenstein, is a ruined castle in Rosenheim. The hill fort is located at the foot of the Hohen Madrons and Petersberg. The castle was founded probably in the 13th Century. After the house of Falkensteiner extincted, the complex was sold in 1556 to George Hundt. The castle burned down in 1784. Parts of the castle are still existing, among others the mighty, still inhabited castle keep as part of the nucleus and the outer walls.
Folk Architecture (Poland). 'If the word ‘skansen’, referring to an open-air museum of folk architecture, isn’t a regular part of your vocabulary yet, it will be after your trip to Poland. These great gardens of log cabins and timbered chalets make for a wonderful ramble and are a testament to centuries of peasant life in Poland. You’ll find what’s reputed to be the country’s biggest skansen in Sanok.' http://www.lonelyplanet.com/poland/sanok/sights/museum/museum-folk-architecture