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"Pană Filipescu" Manor Museum

SubordinationPrahova County Museum of History and Archaeology
Museum code6960520
Name"Pană Filipescu" Manor Museum
CountyPrahova
LocalityFILIPEŞTII DE TÂRG
CommuneFILIPEŞTII DE TÂRG
Addressnr.: 868
Postal code107250
Telephone0244 389 480, 0744 666 919
E-MAIL addressconaculpanafilipescu@yahoo.com , office@histmuseumph.ro , relatiipublice.muzeuistorie@yahoo.com
Accessby car DJ 101P
Time table9:00 - 17:00; Monday closed
DirectorMarinela Peneş
Collection(s)Prahova museum landscape and national and cultural tourism circuits receiving on 24 May 2016 a new specific objective, illustrator and recovery of Cantacuzino noble family heritage: Mansion Pană Filipescu, department of the County Museum of History and Archaeology Prahova. Important historical monument, located on Princes’ Route, remarkable civil architecture, jewel of the Romanian traditional style, the mansion was restored with grants by Prahova County Council under the European Regional Operational Programme 2007-2013 in order to organize a museum with medieval theme. Cantacuzino family erected secular and ecclesiastical foundations along the medieval period, or ennobled by kinship foundations built by the local boyars. Around 1650, the young family, resulting in great chancellor Panã Filipescu’s marriage with Marica, daughter of Constantine Cantacuzino, built a short distance from the palace of his father-in-law, the present territory of the commune Filipeştii de Târg, this mansion. Permanent exhibition organized in the generous spaces of the manor includes: documents describing the parallel evolution of the two families - Cantacuzino and Filipescu - over time; Steward-size portrait of Mihai Cantacuzino made by Theodor Aman; Cantacuzino mock-ups of the main founders of Prahova County; Old religious book; icons; true copy of an eighteenth-century printing presses; vintage jewelry; lady garment sewn with gold thread and silver attesting wealth of former owners of the manor. A special room was dedicated to the richest Romanian in the early twentieth century, George Grigore Cantacuzino - Nababul, whose portrait in natural size is exhibited on the south-eastern wall of the room, along with specific furniture era, a collection of unpublished documents and numerous other pieces that highlight the reputation and pomp of the owner. In the basement of the mansion can be visited exhibitions of archaeology - objects discovered during the restoration, the first phase of construction of the mansion; moments in the agricultural activity of the area illustrated with traditional objects for land working; lapidarium which includes an exhibition of crosses and tombstones, capitals and frames richly decorated, carved in stone. Upstairs there is a hall for temporary exhibitions organized and acted and multimedia hall for conferences, seminars, educational projects, etc. Restoration of the building were unearthed and three glaciers located on the north wing of the manor house, refurbished to be visited. In the park landscaped with walkways, benches, flowers and fruit trees there are statues of Michael the Brave and Prince Serban Cantacuzino, and his sons Constantin Cantacuzino and Draghici Cantacuzino.
Historic Monument building Historic Monument building PH-II-m-a-16489.01, PH-II-m-a-16489.02
General profileHistory
Main profileHistory
WEB addresshttp://www.histmuseumph.ro
Contact personGeamăn Dumitru
Positionmuzeograf
Founded2016
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