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One Museum, many stories in Neamț County

5 April 2021 No Comment

The oldest educational institution in Târgu-Neamț, where Ion Creangă, the most beloved storyteller of all times learned, is currently hosting the History and Ethnography Museum in Târgu-Neamț.

Photo Gallery: Photos from the archive of the History and Ethnography Museum in Târgu-Neamț

 

The oldest vestiges connected with the exploitation of salt in Neamț County, a millennia old archeology exhibition, belonging to the famous Cucuteni-Trypillia Culture, historical buildings reconstructions, household amenities, ovens, a series of traditional large-scale installations for processing seeds and fruit, wool, wood, etc. which can no longer be found in the villages, nowadays. All of these increase the attractiveness for tourists and can be found at the History and Ethnography Museum in Târgu-Neamț.
Also here, the museum’s representatives organize systematic and preventive archaeological research which enriches the national cultural heritage and the institution’s exhibitions, as well as regular museum pedagogical activities mainly aimed for pupils.

Photo Gallery: Photos from the archive of the History and Ethnography Museum in Târgu-Neamț

Tourists passing through Târgu-Neamț can visit the museum any time. The very complex ethnographic heritage, illustrates very precise aspects of the Neamț traditional village, and the temporary exhibitions vary by their topics (archeology, ethnography, numismatic, natural sciences, memoirism).

Photo Gallery: Photos from the archive of the History and Ethnography Museum in Târgu-Neamț

The History and Ethnography Museum is part of a larger cultural background, along with other nationally significant museums, such as: Ion Creangă Memorial Museum in Humulești, Neamț Fortress Museum and local ones, such as: “Veronica Mile” Memorial House in Târgu-Neamț, “Alexandru Vlahuță” Memorial House, “Mihail Sadoveanu” Memorial Museum and “Visarion Puiu” Memorial House. Last, but bnot least, the important monastic settlements, such as: Neamț Monaastery, Secu Monastery, Agapia Nunnery and Văratec Nunnery.

Photo Gallery: Photos from the archive of the Neamț County Council, ”Discover Neamț Land” Photography Event, in December 2019

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