Former extension from the village. The Rapeda of Maramures County was adapted and equipped at the expense of AFCN (Administration of the National Cultural Foundation) with items typical of the traditional culture of Ukrainian Hutsuls in this area, and later became a Museum collection. The project was implemented by the Hutsul Ukrainian Foundation of Romania in partnership with the Synaptic Association – Maramures. It is an ethnographic collection that reconstructs the Hutsul economy, as it looked at least 50 years ago. Mrs. Anastasia or Nyura Dzitsak worked closely with her brother, Vasyl Popovych, head of the Hutsul Ukrainian Foundation of Romania, in the selection and arrangement of this collection. Many items come from the family’s personal collection and were made by Mrs. Nyura herself.