The Lublin Village Museum (Muzeum Wsi Lubelskiej) is one of the largest and most beautiful open-air museums in Poland. The museum presents monuments characteristic of villages from different parts of the Lublin Region. It collects items related to the former life of villages, manors and towns, but also consolidates knowledge about the customs, rituals, traditions and everyday work of people of the past era. The museum exhibition has been divided into sectors reflecting the landscape and ethnographic diversity of the Lublin region: Lublin Upland, Roztocze, Vistula Region, Podlasie, Bug Region as well as the manor and town sectors. The climate is added by agricultural and horticultural crops as well as farm animals, including horses, goats, chickens, geese and ducks. A special attraction of the Lublin open-air museum are the exhibitions of two sacred complexes: the Roman Catholic one with the 17th-century church from Matczyn, and the Greek Catholic one with the 18th century church from Tarnoszyn.