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Visit the museums from Roman

19 May 2012 No Comment

10-visit-museums-romanThe History Museum from Roman was inaugurated in 1957.The first exhibition was open for public in 1958 and it was organized from only 3 pieces. Today the collection numbers over 170,000 objects. The exhibition is permanent and it’s hosted in 15 rooms. The objects displayed here are from the era of the carved-stone and up until the First World War.

The Natural Science Museum from Roman was first opened in 1962 and starting with the year 2011 it’s located in a new building from the main park from Roman. The building of the museum has a surface of 463 square meters and hosts collectable pieces from the confluence area of Moldova and Siret rivers. The museum has an original and valuable patrimony and hosts collections of fauna and flora from the forests that surround Roman.

Visit museums from Roman, Neamt County

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The Art Museum from Roman – was open for the public in 1957 and in the beginning had only one painting to exhibit. The painting was “Stefan the Great” and it was painted in 1884 by Epaminondra Bucevschi at the request of Melchisedec Stefanescu. The collection leverages the Romanian art created by artists near the town of Roman. Among the artists that have their works exposed in the museum we can list: Maria Ciurdea Steurer, Iosif Steurer, Stavru Tarasov, Jean Cosmovici, Constantin Isachie, Nicu Enea.

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