Ethnography

Heritage

Department of Ethnography and Folk Art

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BRAILA MUSEUM

Traditional room from Braila region


BRAILA MUSEUM

Aromanian adornment object, 19th century


BRAILA MUSEUM

Painted eggs from different country regions

 

The Collections belonging to the Ethnography and Folk Art Section are structured according to the following specialties:

  • Rural Architecture (decorative fragments, pillars, etc.)
    • Folk Art
    • Household Wools
    • National Costume
    • Adornment Objects
    • Cultural Life
    • Rite Objects
    • Wooden or Glass-Painted Icons
    • Customs Linked to Man’s Life
    • Customs during the Year, Agricultural Rites and Rituals
    • ‘Maria and Nicolae Zahacinschi’ Collection of Folk Art
  • Traditional Occupations
    • Agriculture (viticulture, fruit growing, vegetable farming)
    • Fishing
    • Grazing and Breeding
    • Hunting
    • Beekeeping
    • Household Goods
    • Crafts
    • Woodworking
    • Ironworking
    • Stone carving
    • Cottage Industry
    • Field Industries
    • Hemp processing

BRAILA MUSEUM

Crucifixion. Ancient rite icon, 19th century


BRAILA MUSEUM

St. Nicholas and St. John the Baptist, 1846.


BRAILA MUSEUM

Stone Cross