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May 24, 2022
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Peles Museum launches website in English

The Peles National Museum, which includes the Peles and Pelisor castles, has developed its online coverage by launching a virtual tour and a website in English and by creating accounts on the Facebook and Twitter social networks. Available in the Explore section, the virtual tour offers visitors of the peles.ro website the chance to watch a series of images from inside the Peles castle, as well as from the castle’s balconies and courtyard. “The full virtual tour is available on DVD, for a fee, but the visitors of our website can enjoy free of charge about a third of the full tour, namely, shots of 20-25 rooms from Peles and Pelisor,” representatives of the Peles National Museum stated for Mediafax. The Peles National Museum’s English website (visit.peles.ro) includes, just like the Romanian version of the website, information about the Peles and Pelisor castles’ history and collections, visiting hours and related information, as well as a photo gallery.

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