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Located on the second floor this small museum provided a snapshot of Romanian life from the late 1800's and early 1900's. The clothing displays were very good and you could see life from work to holiday celebrations. It doesn't take long to go through the...More
This is not a large museum but definitely needs a guide to provide context. Each exhibit shows a typical household arrangement for a different saint's day - St Andrew, Christmas, St. Ilie. Many things have special meaning and having them explained was essential. These traditions...More
Gura Humorului is often used as a base in Bucovina for visiting the famous painted monasteries of the region. The ethnographic museum of Bucovina in Gura Humorului can help to fill out your understanding of the people in the region who built these beautiful painted...More
Among the very nice and interesting folklore part of the museum there are exhibitions that come and go. When we visited there was a marvelous exhibition of cartoons on political situations from all over the world. One could spend 2to3 hours just reading these cartoons....More
Folk tradition Museum of Bucovina-a place where history brings us more understanding.
Situated near from a beautiful church in Gura Humorului, central place of the town, this museum shows us the Bucovinian traditional art of the peasant for manufacturing of fabrics, pots,cutlery, tools who have...More