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Best things to do in Cluj-Napoca

Sitio histórico
“18th century Baroque building. A national gallery at the first floor. The ground floor hosts seasonal exhibitions, cultural events and art fares.”
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History Museum
“First open-air museum in Romania, founded in the 1930ies, featuring a number of traditional households and wooden churches, complete with indoor traditional furniture. Charming park on the outskirts of Cluj. Favorite spot for wedding photos and insta-fans. Check their website to make sure it opens during your stay in Cluj.”
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Museum
“Tiny, charming museum, based on an actual 19th century pharmacy. Right across the street from the Museum of Art. Ancient therapies with gold, silver or lead are presented along with the apothecary utensils. Personal favorite. A student superstition says you should avoid passing under the double arch at the entrance if you want to pass your exams. Beware the bogus magic!”
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Museum
“Fascinating and well laid-out museum. Lots to learn about local history and traditions. Nice little shop selling icons, embroidery and other hand crafts.”
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Museum
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Museum
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Galería de arte
“Alternative space for all kinds of creative installations and events. Lots of creativity and diversity.”
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Museum
“A large 19th century garden has been turned into the Botanical Garden of Cluj in the 1920-ies. An inspiration for gardeners and the history passionate, but also the best place to rest and enjoy nature in the middle of the city. Do not miss the Japanese garden and the tropical plant green houses. Favorite insta-spot.”
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Library
“The Lucian Blaga Central University Library of Cluj-Napoca (Romanian: Biblioteca Centrală Universitară "Lucian Blaga" din Cluj-Napoca) serves Babeş-Bolyai University in Romania. The library was founded in 1872, at the same time as Franz Joseph University (eventually supplanted by Babeş-Bolyai University). Its initial stock, about 18,000 volumes, was made up by gathering the collections received from the Law Academy of Sibiu, the Medical School and Government Archives of Cluj, and those of Iosif Benigni's rich private collections. In 1873/74 the Transylvanian Museum was transferred to the Central University Library. Its library had been founded in 1859, as the Library of the Society of the Transylvanian Museum, on the basis of donations and grants from Metropolitan Bishops Andrei Şaguna and Alexandru Sterca-Șuluțiu and Count Imre Mikó. In 1860 the Library of the Transylvanian Museum had been declared "public" and open for the use of citizens, but in 1873/74 it was transferred to the university, being moved to a location near the Central University Library. Although housed in the same building, these two large libraries grew independently of each other for about half a century. ”
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Galería de arte
Galería de arte