The miracle fairy hut, flower-house, biscuit-house, the treasure of Kunar, Russian miracle – such are the comments by journalists, travelers and even locals given to the property of Sergei Kirillov, a rank and file self-educated smith.
The house, more likely a holiday biscuit, is based in a small split away village of Kunara, not far from Yekaterinburg, the Urals. The creator of this unique piece of a folk art is Sergei Kirillov, a smith from a common background. He is said to dedicate more than 15 years to adorn his premises. The house design is rather eclectic: the orthodox symbols, fantastic flowers, song words from the lyrics ‘Let the Sun Be Always’ and a five-beam star.