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A very special museum for a very special village

Rimetea (called Torockó in Hungarian and Eisenmarkt in German) being a village like no other in its... read more

Reviewed 9 February 2018
Josef O
Small museum with big things from the past

Ethnographic Museum is located in the City Hall. Spread over 5 rooms, the museum heritage includes... read more

Reviewed 10 April 2016
MihaelaBDogaru
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Brasov, Romania
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9 Feb 2018
“A very special museum for a very special village”
10 Apr 2016
“Small museum with big things from the past”
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Reviewed 9 February 2018

Rimetea (called Torockó in Hungarian and Eisenmarkt in German) being a village like no other in its neighborhood has a local ethnographic museum like no other in the whole region. This village wasn't always a village. For a few centuries it used to be a...More

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Reviewed 10 April 2016

Ethnographic Museum is located in the City Hall. Spread over 5 rooms, the museum heritage includes traditional ports, vessels, painted furniture the region etc. A must-see place if you are in the zone.

Thank MihaelaBDogaru
Reviewed 5 June 2013

The museum is open on call, so you actually have to call before visiting. I think the numbers of tourists are too low for anyone to stay there all day/week long

Thank Romulus P
Reviewed 28 March 2013

We found the Ethnographic Museum to be very interesting. It provided an informative insight into the life of the significant Hungarian population in the northwest part of present day Romania.

Thank bfg1943
Reviewed 6 December 2012

For all those who love history it's a must see. You can see a nice collection of tools and also see some great Hungarian costumes. Can have a glimpse of what life was like more than 100 years ago in that area.

Thank Gabriella A
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