Different types of wood windows from Bucharest Village Museum (Muzeul Satului Bucuresti). In the last picture is a door, integrating so well with the first ones.
Fairy tale houses at Bucharest Village Museum (Muzeul Satului Bucuresti), a must see if you come to visit Bucharest. In Herastrau Park (Parcul Herastrau), this area keeps alive memories from years ago, with painted walls and many flowers.
Hand crafted pottery from an exposition at Bucharest Village Museum (Muzeul Satului Bucuresti). Quite difficult to pick your favorite, isn’t it?
Blue view from Herastrau Park (Parcul Herastrau) to Bucharest Village Museum (Muzeul Satului Bucuresti) at the end of 2007 winter.
If they say Bucharest is ugly, that must be a lie. These windows can be seen at George Enescu National Museum on Victoriei Avenue (Calea Victoriei) and you may go inside for a closer look. Also known as Cantacuzino Palace, it is considered to be one of the most beautiful buildings of Bucharest and I promise […]
Some pink delicate roses from the garden of Zambaccian Museum.
It is another small museum from Bucharest, revealing small & delicated pieces of art, mostly paintings. A little bit hidden from the touristic routes, it might be an interesting place for the weekend. More info here
Theodor Pallady Museum (Melik House) was reopened in 2011 after important renovation workings. Located in a small and charming traditional house, it offers an introduction into old decoration objects and important paintings of Theodor Pallady. More info: here and on The National Museum of Art of Romania webpage.
The entry to the Muzeul Taranului Roman is free of charge on 26 July 2011. 🙂
A few years ago, outdoor communication for Antipa received the recognition of Romanian advertising community. It’s time to animate the city again just before the reopening of the museum. This time a photo contest is organized on Facebook for rediscovering the wild animals living in Bucharest. First, one “courageous” giraffe entered the Universitatii Pasage and […]