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Theodor Pallady Museum

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22 Spatarului Street, Bucharest Romania
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Ukienomad wrote a review Sep 2019
Fleming Island, Florida6326 contributions646 helpful votes
Unfortunately we came on a Monday and it was closed but go to see the gardens which could be gorgeous if tended to and now everything seems overgrown. The house outside looks like a big cottage and definitely has a charm to it. Would have liked to seen the inside. Located in the Armenian neighborhood.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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globetrotter55 wrote a review Jun 2019
Bucharest, Romania2099 contributions158 helpful votes
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the house is an touristic objective by itself, being the oldest functional house in Bucharest (people say) and located in the former Armenian neighborhood, in a central area, but on a quiet street; the house has a name, Casa Melik the architecture is interesting, it's worth to rest for a while in the garden, to see the house from the middle of the vegetation, guarded by the painter (statue) the museum is a cosy and nice one, and it offers some nudes of Pallady, to the lower level, and the art collection of a local worthy family, to the upper level the art collection includes painting, sculptures, old stylish furniture there is a very nice part of the house, dedicated to the youngest painters that could come here to practice the cost of the visit is two euros, there is a brochure but only in Romanian...only cash, no cards...
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Date of experience: June 2019
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DennisMerimsky wrote a review Oct 2018
Herzliya, Israel58 contributions44 helpful votes
I expected more from a museum in the oldest house in Bucharest.The garden would be beautiful if it wasn't so overgrown.
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Date of experience: October 2018
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Hoinara wrote a review Sep 2018
Bucharest, Romania429 contributions64 helpful votes
The oldest house in Bucharest, the Melik House, dating from 1760, shelters in the 8 rooms open to the public, the collection of the Serafina and Gheorghe Răuţ spouses, friends of the painter Theodor Pallady, where you can admire several works of Pallady on the ground floor, as seen by the Parisian painter, an impressive collection of French, Spanish, Italian and Flemish paintings. Additionally, you can admire original pieces of furniture and some sculptures. The garden is very nice, a miracle at that time for a Bucharest property. It will not take long and you should not miss this museum, especially because it is in a central area and it will not take long.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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Maria Beloff wrote a review Apr 2018
Bucharest, Romania93 contributions18 helpful votes
A very nice villa placed in a calm garden, full of unique paintings and sketches of one of the most important Romanian artists - T. Pallady. The mansion is historic and worth seeing.
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Date of experience: February 2018
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