Donors' Day

The National Museum of Dimitrie Gusti Village invites you on Thursday, May 11, 2023, from 2:00 p.m., to the opening of the exhibition dedicated to donors, to those who, in the 87 years of existence of this huge village in the heart of the Capital, have contributed to our cultural heritage, whether we are talking about churches, households, objects, elements of traditional costume or paintings representing the museum.

It should be remembered that one of the most famous places of worship in the country is the church in Dragomirești, the one we all know because we see it represented graphically on the museum's logo. They represent us all over the world. Built in 1722, the church was donated by the local community in 1936 to the "Prince Carol" Royal Cultural Foundation to be part of the Romanian Village Museum. The moment of Thursday, May 11, will be a very special one: the community of Dragomirești (Maramureș county) is celebrating 650 years of documentary attestation this year and will be represented at the event by Vasile Țiplea, the town's mayor.

In the exhibition dedicated to donors and opened in the Lena Constante Hall, traditional costumes, paintings signed by the one who loved the Village Museum so much, the painter George Lövendal, photographs and much more will be presented.

The volume will also be presented during the eventI understood my point... Father Arsenie Papacioc in the security files,published by the Humanitas publishing house and signed by the archimandriteAndrew Tudor,Mariana Conovici(one of the museum's donors), andIuliana Conovici.

The moment will be followed, from 4:30 p.m., in the Victor Ioan Popa hall, by a recital by students from Iosif Sava High School - Iosif Sava Arts High School, from Bucharest.

You're welcome!


May 11, 2023


14:00 - 16:00


National Museum of the "Dimitrie Gusti" Village, Kiseleff Road


National Museum of the "Dimitrie Gusti" Village

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