The National Museum of Art of Romania
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The biggest art museum in the country, paintings and sculpture from medieval, modern Romania, Western Europe, the Islamic world and East Asia.
If you have some time, go here, is a beautiful museum located in the Royal Palace.
It filled its four different venues with what Romanian private collectors and the Romanian state deemed to be the best in visual arts over time.
The old royal palace of the kings of Romania, now an interesting museum about Romanian art.
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