Just imagine stumbling across a fantastic Breugel painting (Massacre of the Innocents) in rural Romania! This is a real gem of a museum - not only the Bruegel, but so many other world-class works.
In one wing of the museum there was an excellent exhibition of dance cards - used by women to record to whom they were promised for each dance of the evening at a ball. A fascinating piece of social history.
You've be mad to miss this museum!
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