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Museum of the Romanian Peasant

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November 07, 2019
Museum on the folk art and traditions of the Romanian peasant, in a neo-Romanian landmark building.
October 24, 2019
If you wanna learn more about how romanian peasants use to live, this is the perfect place
September 19, 2019
Great museum to learn about traditional Romanian clothes, houses, etc.
August 30, 2019
Great place if you want to get a glimpse into how life was for romanians peasants.
April 02, 2019
The Romanian Peasant Museum is part of the European family of Museums of Popular Art and Traditions. It is a national museum, under the Ministry of Culture’s patronage. In possession of an especially rich collection of objects, hosted in a Neo-Romanian style historical monument-building, our…

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3 Șoseaua Pavel Dimitrievici Kiseleff
Sector 1, Municipiul București 011341
Phone+40 21 317 9661
Hours of Operation statusClosed