Brukenthal Palace and National Museum

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The Brukenthal national museum is sited in the fine Baroque palace built by Samuel von Brukenthal, the only Saxon to have been governor of Transylvania under Austrian rule. A keen art lover, he amassed a good collection of Renaissance and Baroque pictures (Flemish, Dutch and German Schools). The museum also has Romanian and Transylvanian works; landscapes of Sibiu by Johann Böbel (1824-1887), modern pictures by Baia Mare artists, and abstract work by Hans Mttis-Teutsch.

Useful information

Address : 

Piata Mare nr. 4-5

Price:

12 ron

Opening hours

10am-6pm - closed Mon

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