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Such a beautiful collection of coins, antique, greek, medieval jewellery and other art objects to discover in the very own private house of the Severeanu family. 7 minutes walk from Romana Metro Station.
The museum is hosted in an elegantly renovated 19th century building. Although the space dedicated to the exhibition is small, the quantity and quality of objects on display is very impressive and includes Greek pottery, stunning silver and gold jewellery, Roman glass and pottery, figurines,...More
I visited the new exhibition at the Severeanu museum and I was frankly impressed. The house looks amazing, the original interior design seems recently renovated, while the exhibited artefacts are quite interesting. I found out all the objects belonged to the owner of the house,...More
It is a nice street of Bucharest and a nice house with history for the city. Unfortunately, the responsible persons are very dissapointing due to the fact that they are almost chasing the visitors. I dont know why. The collection of coins and banknotes is...More
A big disappointment,for me,this museum.There's only 3 rooms to visit(impressive decorated,though...),in all of them displayed only old coins and banknotes collections.And that's all.In less than 30 minutes you saw it all.More
Opris V, Head of the History Department at George Severeanu Museum, responded to this reviewResponded 24 July 2018
Dear visitor and reviewer,
Thanks for visiting our museum and also thank you for reviewing the temporary exhibition that you had visited in 2016.
I want to invite you to visit our new, this time permanent, exhibition that for sure will change your opinion about...More