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SEVEREANU MUSEUM

ROMANIAN ARCHAEOLOGY MUSEUM

ANCIENT MASTERPIECES TO SEE AT ”SEVEREANU” ARCHAEOLOGY HOUSE IN 

BUCHAREST

Severeanu Museum in Bucharest is one of the landmarks in numismatics and archaeology in Europe, not only in Romania. We are talking about a very valuable numismatic collection but also rare pieces of Greek and Roman archaeology bought by the first radiologist in Romania, George Severeanu.

ARCHAEOLOGY MUSEUM IN BUCHAREST


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Description: There are more than 9000 pieces of history in his collection.

ROMANIAN ARCHAEOLOGY MUSEUM TO VISIT IN BUCHAREST

A great doctor, George Severeanu had these two hobbies, numismatics and archaeology and everything he found during his trips or holidays all around the world, but especially in Europe, he chose to donate to Bucharest Municipality Museum in 1939.

WHAT TO SEE AT SEVEREANU ARCHAEOLOGICAL MUSEUM IN BUCHAREST


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Description: Severeanu Museum in Bucharest is one of the landmarks in numismatics and archaeology in Europe

A GREAT ARCHAEOLOGICAL COLLECTION IN EUROPE IS TO BE FOUND IN BUCHAREST

There are more than 9000 pieces of history in his collection. First of all, you will see at Severeanu Museum in Bucharest ancient Greek vases, bronze and marble works from the Roman Empire.

PHOTO INSIDE BUCHAREST ARCHAEOLOGY MUSEUM


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Description: You can see ancient Greek vases, bronze and marble works from the Roman Empire.

ANCIENT ARTIFACTS BROUGHT TO BUCHAREST BY DOCTOR GEORGE SEVEREAU TO COMPLETE HIS ARCHAEOLOGICAL EXHIBIT

One of the items is the head made of white marble portraying the Emperor Traian, the one who conquered Dacia in 106 A.D., the starting point of the Romanian People. There are even more archaeological pieces to see here, like beautiful ceramics from the most famous cultures known on the territory of Romania: Cucuteni, Vadastra or Wittenberg. According to the authorities, many items were bought and brought for his collection by Dr. George Severeanu while traveling to Italy, Greece or Bulgaria. Some were also found in Romania.

ANCIENT COINS AT ARCHAEOLOGY MUSEUM IN BUCHAREST


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Description: If you have time and to see more numismatic items, you can also go the National Bank of Romania Museum.

VISIT THE ARCHAEOLOGY MUSEUM AREA IN BUCHAREST

This museum is worth visiting also for the numismatic collection. You will see two coins related to Vlad the Impaler and the Old Court of Bucharest and which were used in the 15th century in the Romanian Country. But there are also coins from ancient Dacia, from the Roman and Byzantine empires and even Celtic ones. The doctor also found medieval but also contemporary coins. Known as Maria and dr. G. Severeanu house, the museum was officially opened in 1956. Now, the Severeanu Museum houses temporary archaeological exhibitions.

ROMAN AND GREEK ARTIFACTS ARE ALSO PART OF THE ARCHAEOLOGICAL EXHIBITION IN BUCHAREST


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Description: Severeanu Archaeology Museum is not far from center of Bucharest City

Interested in architecture? You might like to visit STORK MUSEUM in Bucharest. If you have time and to see more numismatic items, you can also go the National Bank of Romania Museum. Severeanu House might be on your way to visit other places in this area of Bucharest, like Victory Avenue and Romana Square.
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