Village Museum in Sibiu
In a grand space, 96 hectares, crossed by 10 km of paths, with many resting areas, are presented in two permanent exhibitions, separate fully enclosed space and thematic world yesterday Romanian village (Open-air ethnographic museum, occupying 42 hectares) and this is the reflection of the contemporary artistic consciousness (exhibition of modern sculpture in wood, with works by reputed Romanian and foreign artists, inspired by the world of traditional village, which they are intended three hectares).
Brukenthal Palace / Brukenthal National Museum
Located in Piata Mare at No. 4 (1778-1788), built in weighted baroque palace was the residence of Baron Samuel von Brukenthal (1721-1803), governor of Transylvania (1777-1787), man of the European Enlightenment and member of the Masonic Lodge in Vienna. Opened to the public as a museum in 1817, contains a rich collection of art and Brukenthal Library. Stands on the ground floor of stone portal frame with golden emblem of Baron.
WHAT CAN YOU VISIT ?
- Fortified Church of Cisnadioara
- The city of Sibiu