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Village Museum, Bucharest: 26 reviews and 61 photos

  The Village Museum - the Maramures wooden church
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The museum, founded by Royal Decree in 1936, covers 15 hectares and shows traditional houses, farmhouses, churches, watermills and roadside crosses from all over Romania. It is a good approach to the country for the first time visitor of Romania, even though a few houses burnt down in a fire in 2002. The museum is located on Kiseleff Street 28-30 and it is open 09.00-18.00 daily.

Directions: The Village Museum lies north of the city centre, being located in a nice park (in Herastrau Park, Bucharest?s widest park); it is reachable by bus from Romană Square (#131, 331).
Phone: 222 91 03
Website: http://www.muzeul-satului.ro/en/

Review Helpfulness: 4.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Written Sep 4, 2004
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