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The National Museum of Art of Romania, located on Bucharest's Revolution Square

The National Museum of Art of Romania, located on Bucharest's Revolution SquareThe National Museum of Art of Romania, located on Bucharest's Revolution Square, is the largest museum of fine art in the country. In total, there are about 60 thousand objects, including artworks of domestic and European masters. The museum was founded in 1950, and the main pillar for its creation was the collection of the first king of Romania - Carol I of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen, which included the canvases of such famous painters as Harmenszoon Van Rijn Rembrandt, Domenicos Teotocopoulos, famous under the name El Greco, Peter Paul Rubens, Domenico Veneziano, Peter Brueghel the Elder, Claude Monet, Hans Memling. For many years, museum halls have been replenished with new paintings and today this rich cultural heritage daily delights the eyes of connoisseurs of high art.!topic/all-andorra/ht_hg574elE!topic/all-andorra/Wwrw4H1v8ww


The collection of the National Museum of Art of Romania is divided into 3 parts. The first of them characterizes religious art with ancient icons and religious objects. Halls with sculptural compositions by Dimitrie Pachuria and Konstantin Brynkushi occupy a separate place. The second part of the museum collection is dedicated to the art of the medieval era, where in addition to the already mentioned geniuses of painting, there are works by prominent Russian artists: I.E. Repin, I.K. Aivazovsky, V.A. Serova. It also houses classic costumes and articles of clothing of the Middle Ages, handmade carpets, old books and maps, as well as engravings, old coins, furniture and interior items. A separate exposition is dedicated to weapons of different years.

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