Visiting the national history museum (Muzeul Național de Istorie a României) of București is a bittersweet experience. It is located inside a fantastic, ancient building (the former postal services palace) in the city center (Calea Victoriei) – opposite to the amazing building of CEC Bank. It hosts the Romanian crown juwels and a copy of the Trajan’s column at Roma.
You can explore around 60 rooms and the museum also has changing exhibitions, but the texts inside the museum or only in Romanian language. Come on, Romanian friends – give the visitors of your country a chance to learn more about its history!
Muzeul Național de Istorie a României