Archaeology Museum Piatra Neamț

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Cucuteni Museum

The History & Archaeology Museum in Piatra Neamţ, Romania, was founded at the beginning of the 20th century by Constantin Matasă, minister and amateur archaeologist.

The museum shelters the most important collection of Cucuteni culture artifacts and it is the home of the Cucuteni Research Centre. The famous piece, Hora de la Frumuşica ("The Frumuşica Dance," the symbol of Cucuteni culture), can be found on the museum website.[1]

Coordinates: 46°55′41″N 26°22′10″E / 46.92798°N 26.36946°E / 46.92798; 26.36946



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