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Romanian Peasant’s Museum shows ‘dowry’ in London

The Romanian Peasant’sMuseum (MTR) is participating in the Tams Festival in London – the New European Village section, on September 12-13, showcasing carpets, mats, veils, wall carpets, towels and traditional vests and skirts, museum representatives informs.


According to Agerpres, the Romanian stand of the New Europe Village will be organised together with the Romanian Cultural Institute and ceramics artists Monika Paduret and Aunt Jana (Ioana Constantin) will show London people how to make pottery and will even let them try it themselves. The exhibition enriched with items and pictures, will be also opened at the headquarters of ICR in London from September 14 through to September 25.

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