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TO DO IN VILLAGE MUSEUM

OLD MONUMENTS TO SEE IN VILLAGE MUSEUM BUCHAREST

There are more than 300 monuments brought here from all over the country, so you have a lot of things to do at the Village Museum in Bucharest. First of all, when you enter, take a look around for the first impression. You will see old houses, an old, wooden church nearby, hidden by trees and other monuments.

OLD HOUSE AT BUCHAREST VILLAGE MUSEUM


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Photographed In: Village Museum, Bucharest, Romania
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Description: Old house in Village Museum Bucharest on the right when you enter the museum

The fresh air, full of history will lead you to an interesting journey. On the left side will welcome you a household from 1815, brought here from Apuseni Mountains. It was the witness of Horia, Closca and Crisan revolt in the 18th century.
This is the story…

STORY OF OLD HOUSE IN BUCHAREST VILLAGE MUSEUM


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Photographed In: Village Museum, Bucharest, Romania
Date Uploaded:2016-05-07
Description: This is the kind of house from 18 century in Romania

SEE AUTHENTIC OLD HOUSES IN VILLAGE MUSEUM

Don’t forget that all the houses in the Village Museum in Bucharest are authentic. Go on and see on the right a house for two families from the late 19th century. One part of the household was for the parents and the other one was for one of the sons and his wife. This was the tradition in most of Romanian villages and it still is, one of the sons having the duty to stay with his parents and take care of them.

HOUSE FOR ENTIRE FAMILY AT VILLAGE MUSEUM – HERE USED TO LIVE THE PARENTS AND ONE OF THEIR SONS WITH HIS WIFE AND THEIR CHILDREN


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Photographed In: Village Museum, Bucharest, Romania
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Description: House for parents and a son in Village Museum Bucharest

This is the story…

STORY OF A HOUSE FOR ENTIRE FAMILY


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Photographed In: Village Museum, Bucharest, Romania
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Description: Learn more about how rural life in Romanian communities has been for the past 800 years

FISHERMEN HOUSES AND BOATS FROM THE DANUBE DELTA AREA

You may wander how people who settled down near Danube river used to live their lives in the past. Well, here are their boats and their fish markets.

OLD BOATS AT VILLAGE MUSEUM BUCHAREST


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Photographed In: Village Museum, Bucharest, Romania
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Description: You can see such boats when you visit Danube Delta

OLD WINDMILL AND CHURCH AT THE VILLAGE MUSEUM BUCHAREST

Nearby there is also an old windmill. An old, wooden church you may also find interesting. It is the architectural style completely different from what we use to see in France, Germany or United Kingdom. In Romania, in the 18th century, people did not have time to build churches of stone.

WOODEN CHURCH AT VILLAGE MUSEUM


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Photographed In: Village Museum, Bucharest, Romania
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Description: Traditional wooden church at Village Museum in Bucharest

WHAT TO EAT AT VILLAGE MUSEUM IN BUCHAREST

And, now, if we are talking about tradition and history, what about something TRADITIONAL TO EAT. When you return from the fish market, on the left side, you will see a so-called inn, called At the barrier, or the frontier, or the gate. Here, you can have a 100% natural food. All ingredients are brought from nowadays households that respect the old way of cooking. A natural, alcoholic drink, like palinca is a must.

TRADITIONAL ROMANIAN FOOD AT THE VILLAGE MUSEUM INN


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Description: You can try the traditional Romanian food in Village Museum Bucharest

Four-wheeled caravan, still used in some areas in Romania can also be seen in the Village Museum in Bucharest and also simple devices for making wine.

HOW THE ROMANIANS WORKED WITH THEIR TRADITIONAL CARTS


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Photographed In: Village Museum, Bucharest, Romania
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Description: Romanians at the country still use these things

Enjoy this holy simplicity of rural life in 18th and early 19th century in Romania, take a look inside the houses although taking photos is not allowed and, of course, don’t miss the underground households.

UNDERGROUND HOUSES AT VILLAGE MUSEUM BUCHAREST


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Photographed In: Village Museum, Bucharest, Romania
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Description: People use to live underground in old times because of the Turks invasions

They were built in times of invasions when Turks or Tatars used to kill and burn every village in their way to battlefields. Temporary exhibitions are held here and you can find and buy beautiful souvenirs.

VILLAGE MUSEUM EXHIBITIONS BUCHAREST


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Photographed In: Village Museum, Bucharest, Romania
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Description: There are always exhibitions at Village Museum in Bucharest

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