The National Museum of Romanian Peasant is part of the european family of Museums of Arts and Popular Traditions. With a history of almost a century, the red brick building on Kiseleff Avenue hosts over 90.000 peasant objects: icons, trinities, crosses, ceramics, traditional costumes, fabrics and ornaments. Some of this objects are presented in exhibitions with pronounced anthropological character. Here, you will discover a lost world in a modern and original interpretation. Peasant Museum tries to create a fresh atmosphere in which the respect for traditional objects and the nobility of the world they come from are essential.
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