This museum has a large collection of Romanian art of which a large part is of religious origin. For sure worth visiting as it provides background on the history of this country.
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Great Museam to visit. Please note this museam is not opened on Sunday. It is free. Lots of steps to go up but you can use the elevator
Beautiful although slightly tatty building. Uninteresting content and uninspiring art. Cheap to enter and just as well as not good value and no one else was there which is a bit of a clue.
The attendants certainly outnumbered the visitors which made our visit very pleasant indeed. There are three floors of Romanian art arranged chronologically in one wing and a smaller collection of European art in the wing opposite.
At times I think I was the only one on the entire floor. The interior is quite sad in some sections and more decadent in others. Overall, the facilities need a serious modern upgrade like better lighting and less drab decor. But I guess this...More
The interior of the part of the building that is the Gallery of European Art is beautiful, while the part of the building that houses the Romanian art is much more drab and industrial looking. Both parts, however, have some great paintings and sculptures. I...More
I preferred the European paintings in the other building but there is some nice iconography here I admired. I'm much less a fan of the contemporary art but saw a few gems.
musem which hosts the golden crown and jewwelery of the romanian prince queen and king/plus some geology items from past monostaries and old churches.good for familes also.nice locaiton in the heart of town.
Was there yesterday. Spent only 20 minutes. There were a lot of iconography of the bible. I have seen many of those because of my study History of Art. The modern paintings are more interesting. I would recommend, but don't expect too much. It's not...More