Muresenilor House Museum
As you wander among the exquisite displays of Muresenilor House Museum, history will speak for itself.
Some fifty years ago, Brasov established the Muresenilor House Museum in honor of Jacob Muresan. He was the editor and director of the first Romanian political newspaper. This intimate family museum today harbors one of the most venerable collections in the country. It features invaluable letters, books, sculptures, paintings, and photographs from the 19th century. Presented to humanity by the family, they became relics in a museum right across the famous Black Church.
Boasting the largest family archive in the country, the museum is as cozy as it can get. Inside, you will find the familiar layout of a functioning home. Traditional Romanian furniture decorates the house all around. Lined up on the wallboards are pictures of people from family members to important figures of society. The house museum is also famous for the original scriptures of the national anthem. They are part of a collection of over 25,000 documents. Also, four rooms are dedicated to the 19th-century culture in Brasov. Inside, you will witness the way of life as it were in older days. Take your time and let the cultural sensations sink in.
Muresenilor House Museum Gallery
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