Bukovina Museum

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The History Museum in Suceava
In the interwar period, the building served as prefecture of the district.

The Bukovina Museum (Romanian: Muzeul Bucovinei) is a museum located in the Romanian city of Suceava, named after the historical Bukovina region.

The Museum[edit]

The Bukovina Museum consists of several individual museums, objects and memorial houses scattered throughout the region.[1] They pursue their own programs and series of events, but are managed together. The headquarter is located in the History Museum (Muzeul de Istorie din Suceava), in the center of the city of Suceava. The History Museum is the oldest part of the Bukovina Museum and essentially the nucleus around which the complex with its various facilities was built. The History Museum was built in 1898 and is now a cultural heritage site.[2]

The Museum's collection includes photographs by German photographer Oliver Mark.[3][4]

External Links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Acasă". Bucovina Museum (in Romanian). Retrieved 2018-11-19.
  2. ^ "HISTORY". Bucovina Museum (in Romanian). Retrieved 2018-11-19.
  3. ^ "Expoziţia de fotografie „Celebrităţi" l-a adus, la Suceava, pe artistul fotograf german Oliver Mark. El a donat Muzeului Bucovinei una dintre lucrările sale". NewsBucovina (in Romanian). 2017-10-26. Retrieved 2018-11-19.
  4. ^ "Spiritualitatea profundă surprinsă în expoziţia „Bucovina – Mănăstirile trăiesc" a artistului fotograf Oliver Mark, vernisată la Muzeul de Istorie din Suceava în prezența autorului". NewsBucovina (in Romanian). 2018-11-11. Retrieved 2018-11-19.