Romanian Peasant Museum - Bucharest - details and images

It furthers the Romanian Peasant Museum of Ethnography Museum, National Art, decorative arts and industrial set up on 1 October 1906. The museum was also called the Museum of Ethnography and National Art Museum in 1912 and later National Folk Art Museum of the Republic. In 1978, he joined the museum as the Museum Village Museum Village and Folk Art. The museum is sponsored by the Ministry of Culture.

Collection plates at the Romanian Peasant Museum
The museum has become known for its collections of 100,000 objects formed. Since its founding by Horia Bernea on 5 February 1990, operates in a neo-Romanian style building declared a historic monument. The curator brought in its special May 1996 European Museum of the Year Award given by the European Museum Forum. The building, inspired by neo-style illustration Brancovan tradition, ordered form type monastic enclosure was completed in 1941, taking the current appearance of architectural monument which is located Romanian Peasant Museum. Masonry red brick arches and fretted elements, pavilion reminiscent of ancient monasteries steeples, gives the building a true palace of art sumptuousness.

The museum has collections of ceramics, costumes, interior fabrics, wood, furniture, hardware, rugs. In the courtyard of the museum from Ion Mihalache Boulevard was mounted a wooden church, a historical monument of the eighteenth century, moved here in 1992.

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