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Museums & Historical Buildings


 
 
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The Art Museum Craiova


The Art Museum, housed by the elegant Neo – Baroque Jean Mihail Palace, is Craiova’s most important sight and one of the most important monuments of civil architecture from the beginning of the 20th century. Continue reading 

 
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Oltenia Museum


Oltenia Museum is one of the richest and most beautiful museums in Romania, an important centre of scientific and cultural life. It is also the most representative cultural institution in Wallachia. Continue reading 

 
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Pharmacy Museum in Sibiu


Part of the Brukenthal Museum, the Pharmacy Museum in Sibiu is one of the most important institutions of its kind in Romania and in Europe. Continue reading 

 
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Tailors' Bastion


The 15th century Tailors’ Bastion is one of the few fortified towers in Cluj-Napoca preserved intact until today. Part of the city’s old citadel, the bastion was built and defended by the guild of the tailors. Continue reading 

 
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Old Court of Bucharest


When one strolls through the old centre of Bucharest, it is impossible not to notice and stop for a while in front of the archaeological site of the Old Court of Bucharest. Continue reading 

 
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Natural History Museum in Sibiu


The Natural History Museum in Sibiu is one of the most important museums of its kind in Romania. It exhibits the richest and the most diverse collections in Romania, displaying more than 1 million objects from various fields, such as botany, zoology and palaeontology. Continue reading 

 
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Brașov Council House


Brașov Council House, located in the Council Square in the centre of Brașov, is the second most representative building for the city, after the Black Church. An important architectural and historical edifice, the Council House now hosts the city’s County History Museum. Continue reading 

 
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The Blacksmiths' Bastion


The Blacksmiths' Bastion, erected in 1521 and situated in the north-western part of Braşov’s citadel, is an imposing medieval building. The pentagonal, 3-leveled building was first mentioned in a document dating from 1529. Continue reading 

 
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Pogor House


Built in 1855 in neoclassical style, Pogor House was the first private residence in Iaşi to have electricity, which brought it the name of “the house with lit windows”. It belonged to Vasile Pogor, one of the founders of the literary circle Junimea. Continue reading 

 
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Grigore Antipa Natural History Museum


Grigore Antipa Natural History Museum is one of the most appreciated museums in Bucharest. It has vast zoological, paleontological and ethnographic collections which count up to 2 million items, including 80,000 butterflies and moths, and a stuffed animals section. However, the main attraction still remains the 4.5m high dinosaur skeleton. Continue reading