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Valuable collections in the ethnographic museums from Neamt County

16 August 2012 No Comment

09-colecii-etnografice-judetul-neamtIn Neamt County an important role in maintaining traditions and customs is played by the local ethnographic museums through their permanent exhibitions. You can visit the ethnographic collections from Neamt County in these places: the Ethnography Museum from Piatra Neamt, the History and Ethnography Museum from Targu Neamt, the History and Ethnography Museum from Bicaz, the Ethnographic Collection from Bicazul Ardelean, the Museum from Vanatori – Neamt commune, Neculai Popa Museum from Tarpesti and Vasile Gaman Museum from Vanatori – Neamt.

The folkloric art from Neamt County was well preserved and exhibited in the following collections.

Tools and traditional installations collections that are formed by pieces that represent proof of the technologies used by the people that lived in these parts: the wooden and iron plow, shepherds clubs, bells, axes, hunting traps, carriages, sledges and folkloric installations.

Collections of house objects that were once used in the daily tasks around a traditional house and also furniture pieces used to decorate the interiors.
Collections of traditional clothing that were used in the daily tasks or special clothes worn by people during the religious services on Sundays or on special occasions.

The fabrics collections that were used to decorate the interior of a traditional house (and also the walls of the house) like: curtains, embroidered towels, carpets, rugs and tablecloths.

All these tools and objects are a reminder of who we were and how people that lived in these parts used to live.

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