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[30 Apr 2015 | No Comment | ]
The main exhibition of the Museum of History and Ethnography Targu Neamt

               The permanent exhibition at the Museum of History and Ethnography in Targu Neamt was founded in the way it looks today, in 1987, but was rebuilt, expanded and improved in successive stages by 2012. In the six rooms, three downstairs and three upstairs, exhibition, put in relief the life of the inhabitants of Ozana water from Eneolithic, Neolithic, Bronze Age, until the formation of the Romanian people and the contemporary feudal era. Visitors who pass the threshold of the museum will be surprised by …

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[15 Apr 2015 | No Comment | ]
Monastic Museum of Agapia Monastery

How many gold and silver jewels of inestimable value were stolen by the Ottoman besiegers and other predators from our churches and monasteries throughout hundreds of years, we cannot know, since they were melted and turned into “rascal” silver and gold. Nuns and monks of those places have worked with accuracy others and more beautiful, hardworking and skillful with their hands, and today we can admire them in the monastery museums.
Treasure from the Agapia Monastery highlights artistic activities cultivated here over the centuries, such as: embroidery, plasty metal, the art …

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[15 Apr 2015 | No Comment | ]
Monastic Museum of Văratec Monastery

   In Văratec Monastery Museum, founded in 1960, are preserved a large number of authentic charters, such as acts of donation and strengthening, religious books, manuscripts and old books used in the monastery, as well as books of religious literature. Many precious jewels, embroidery, silver objects illustrating life held inside the monastery, are highlighted in the collection of objects of historical and artistic significance that we can admire in the halls of the museum. Thus, in the halls of the museum are stored objects of worship in gilded silver, or gold, wonderful old …

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[10 Apr 2015 | No Comment | ]
Piatra Neamt History Museum – Exhibition “Testimonies of the communism years”

Neamt County Council, Neamt County Museum Complex, National Museum of History and the National Archives Service Neamt County invites you to visit the exhibition Testimonies of the communism years.
Open already from 6th of March (the day that was installed the Petru Groza government) with Symposium March 6, 1945, 70 years after the beginnings of the establishment of communism in Romania, the exhibition can be visited until May 22, 2015 (the May 21st, 1921, was established P.C.R. (Romanian Communist Party).
Among the exhibits you can see office objects  and phone used by Dr. …

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[4 Mar 2015 | No Comment | ]
Museum of History and Archaeology from Piatra Neamţ – Exhibition Royal Collection of silver and base metal

We have the extremely rare opportunity to enjoy at our home, in Piatra Neamt, until 18th of February 2015, the exhibition entitled suggestive Silver and base metal collection of the National Museum Bran, held at the Museum of History and Archaeology, by care of a group of curators led by Mrs. Dr. Mihaela Verzea, exhibition curator. From the hundreds of pieces of a great diversity collected by Queen Mary and other members of the royal family, some of them bearing the monogram of Queen, located in Bran Museum collection, are exhibited …

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[19 Feb 2015 | No Comment | ]
The History Museum Piatra-Neamt – 80 years of activity

The History and Archaeology Museum from Piatra Neamt was founded in 1934 by Constantin Mătasa, receiving the title The Regional Museum of Archaeology. After 1960’s it was called The Archaeological Museum Piatra Neamt, from 1970’ s Piatra Neamt County Museum of History, and from 1978’s The Museum of History Piatra Neamt, and finally starting with 1991 it received the title that reflects the real specific of the museum: The History and Archaeology Museum from Piatra Neamt.
The permanent exhibition of the museum, the second achievement of this kind in Romania after …