National Military Museum - Oradea - details and images
Founded in 1923 by a decree signed by King Ferdinand I of Romania, this institution has enjoyed over the years so benevolent attention of the royal family, who made numerous donations and the support of prominent figures that Rosetti Radu Vasile Parvan Tzigara-Samurcaş Alexander, Nicolae Iorga, etc..
National Military Museum in Oradea is located in a building in the Viennese Secession style street Romanian Army. The building was built in 1895 for the Hungarian army.
The opening ceremony of the military museum Oradea point occurred on 26 December 1971, although it had to take place two months earlier, on 25 October.
The property consists of documents and museum objects donated by veterans of the 11th Infantry Division (Mechanized former Division 11 of Oradea) and their families, as well as exhibits from the National Military Museum "King Ferdinand I of Bucharest).
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