First hunting museum in Western Romania opens at Macea Castle, Arad

The first hunting museum in Western Romania opened to the public, on Saturday, at the Macea Castle, in Arad County, and the trophies on display include some awarded gold medals in national competitions or animals coming from the Socodor game fund, killed during Nicolae Ceausescu’s hunting trips. The Macea Castle is approximately 25 kilometres away from Arad and is the third in the country, after those in Posada and Sibiu. The trophies on display in the museum in­clude stags, wolves, bears, wild boars, foxes, lynxes and a number of birds. Alongside the trophies, visitors can see images of the animals in their natural habitat, hunting rifles or various hunting objects.

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