The peasant household preserved in situ at Enisala Village includes the house with chiler (a type of storeroom) and some of the typical annexes for this area (Razelm Lake microzone): stables, sheds, summer kitchen and oven, fountain.
The planimetry of house is traditional: central hall and two rooms (the clean room and the bedroom), winter kitchen and storeroom.
The ornaments of fronton, with phytomorphic, geometric and zoomorphic patterns, are commonly in traditional architecture of this area.
This household - museum is the synthesis of traditional architecture from Northern Dobrogea in the early twentieth century.
The central room
The good or clean room (for guests and for celebrations)