Free admission at Museum of Art Collections

The Museum of Art Collections Bucharest announces that admission is free on Wednesday. The museum opens fully tomorrow, following an ample consolidation and restoration process of the building and some of its exhibited assets, according to a press release. The museum brings to life the inter-war period of the most reputed art collections. “(Art Lovers) can visit 34 collections, four of which for the first time, given they were donated during the period the museum was closed, namely the C. Baba Collection, Radu Ionescu Collection, Mircea Marosin and the Adina Nanu Donation,” the director of the National Museum of Art of Romania, Roxana Theodorescu, told a conference at the museum location on Thursday.

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