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Ethnographic and Folk Art Museum

Ethnographic and Folk Art Museum


Corridor: Eastern Trans-Balkan Road
Country: Romania, Baia Mare
Ethnographic and Folk Art Museum

The museum has functioned in the present location since 1971. The exhibition includes three distinct parts, illustrating the main and secondary traditional trades, crafts and technical installations, folk art items: pottery, furniture, domestic utensils, folk architecture elements, costumes and interior textiles from the four ethnographic areas of the county (Chioar, Codru, L?pu?, Maramure?). The open air department, established in 1975, stretching on 12 hectares, presents 50 monuments of folk architecture: houses, annexes, installations, a church.

Str. Dealul Florilor nr. 1

0262/276.895; 0262/211.927

10 - 17; Monday: closed