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[13 Apr 2011 | No Comment | ]
The programme and entry ticket prices for visiting museums in Neamt County in 2011

The Museums Complex from Neamt has in its patrimony over 300.000 pieces (archeology, history, art, memorial objects, ethnographic and natural sciences) that can be visited in the permanent exhibitions of Neamt County museum.
The visiting programme of museums from Neamt County:
Tuesday – Sunday
09:00 – 17:00 (October – March)
10:00 – 18:00 (April – September)
Closed on Monday
1. The History and Archeology Museum from Piatra Neamt
Telephone: 0233-218108, 0233-217496
Adults (groups or single persons) – 4 RON
Children, students – 2 RON (groups and single persons)
2. Cucuteni Eneolithic Art Museum from Piatra Neamt
Telephone: 0233-226471
Adults (groups or single …

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[31 Mar 2011 | No Comment | ]
The Ethnography Museum from Borca commune – Neamt County

The Ethnography Museum from Borca commune was opened for public in March 2011 inside the “Mihail Sadoveanu” School. The people responsible for opening this museum are professors Daniel Calu, Dumitrina Iosub, Cristina Marcoci and Dumitru Balacianu that have managed to create a collection of objects that represent our traditions, our customs and the history of people living in these parts.
Although at first the objects from the collection were exposed in a corner of a room and then on the hallway of the school, in time the number of objects grew …

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[6 Oct 2010 | No Comment | ]
Visit the History Museums from Neamt County

Why would you want to visit the history museums from Neamt County? Because here, in this place the origins of the first people are lost in time. Because here, in Neamt County the ruler Stefan cel Mare built monasteries, Neamt Stronghold and also fought for our freedom. Because here were discovered the remains of the Cucuteni Culture.
And testimonies of all these historic remains can be seen only in the history museums from Neamt County. We encourage you to visit these touristic attractions and to participate in an imaginary voyage in …

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[16 Aug 2010 | No Comment | ]
Neamt Monastery museum

Neamt Monastery, the oldest monastery from Neamt County, hosts a very important religious collection both for the religious culture and art as well for the national culture.
The museum displays cult objects made out of precious metal, embroideries, fabrics, wood sculptures all made by the monks from the monastery or that were received as gifts over time from different rules. All these objects contain important historical information about our past and our traditions.
Because of its wealth, Neamt Monastery was a target of many attacks. Despite the odds, the monastery survived and …

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[11 Jun 2010 | No Comment | ]
The collection of religious objects from Secu Monastery

Secu Monastery was built in the beginning of the XVII century and represents an important religious center from Neamt County that hosts a valuable collection of religious objects such as: manuscripts, religious clothing, printings and so on.
The collection of religious objects from Secu Monastery was also appreciated by historian Nicolae Iorga that describes it like “the great wonder of Secu”. Here are some of the valuable objects displayed in the monastery’s museum:
“The Air” (“The holy Epitaph”) that was a gift received by the monastery in 1608. On the red velvet …

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[6 May 2010 | No Comment | ]
The Art and Religious Collection from Varatec Monastery, Neamt County

In 1960 at Varatec Monastery, in the buildings from the left side of the architectural complex, was organized a museum with religious objects. What makes this collection different from the ones from Agapia Monastery and Neamt Monastery is that here you’ll see objects not only from Varatec Monastery but also from other monasteries as well: sculptures, embroideries, old fabrics, icons, crosses, clothes and ornaments.
The Religious Collection from Varatec Monastery hosts some of the oldest wood painted icons, from XV century that pictures St Nicolae or Archangels Mihail and Gavril brought …