In contrast to the usual wooden construction of kozolci (hayracks) found in Bohinj, these have brick pillars. This method of construction was imported by German immigrants from South Tyrol who settled in the upper Selška dolina Valley in the 13th century.
ACCESS: We reach the hamlet of Vogar beside Zgornji Zevt via the main road toward Koprivnik where we turn on a local asphalt road. We drive or walk (about 30 minutes) to the end of the asphalt where there are two homesteads.
Here stand two kozolci with brick pillars. Beneath one kozolec is a group of well-preserved wagons ranging from a two-wheeled cart to hay wagons of various sizes drawn by animals.
Not far to the north stand two intereting buildings: a cottage used for preparing and drying flax and a shed for goats.