This museum is worth a brief stop. It was the first school in Romania (at least that's what I gathered from the staff member, who spoke little English). They printed the first Romanian bibles there, and had some things on display. It only takes 20 minutes or so to see, but combined with the nearby church and cemetary makes for a stop well worth seeking out. The entire experience, on a quiet Saturday morning, ended up being a minor highlight in my trip to Romania.
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