The house of a deportee Urban is occupied by a shop where you can know the prices of various goods at the end of 19 century.
The clothes and footwear from local craft producers are on the counters to the right. A wide range of metal kitchen utensils such as cast-iron pots, saucepans and frying pans, as well as irons and samovars, are on the counters to the left. You can also see an ancient moonshine still there.
The most expensive goods are in the central part of the shop: tableware and kitchen utensils from porcelain. The latter was a reflection of the well-being of their owners, as porcelain was brought either from China or Europe and was very expensive.