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Ethnographic exhibition

Museum code7111610
NameEthnographic exhibition
Addressstr. Horea nr. 165
Postal code517537
Telephone0258- 761111, 761758, 0762-386099
AccessIn the premises of “Augustin Bena” Primary School
Time tableon demand
Collection(s)Located in Sebeş Valley, rich in historical monuments, churches near the golf course, the community movable heritage can be admired in the ethnographic exhibition. Pianu old peasant house was in built on wooden pillars with rods and earthen filling, covered with yellow clay mortar mixed with sand and covered with straw or wooden tiles. In the courtyard were other household buildings. The exhibition exposes small domestic industry that provides all textile and clothing for the whole family. There was no household without a waving loom, part of its regular furniture of the house. Old Romanian folk costume was made of flax, hemp and wood, simple cut like the Saxons clothes. People worked in agriculture. Crafts practiced by the local people were numerous: iron work, mills, pottery, wooden work, shoe and boots making, leather work, building, meat processing, innkeepers.
Categoryîn subordinea Consiliului Judeţean Alba şi Muzeului Naţional al Unirii - Alba Iulia
General profileEthnography
Main profileEthnogaphy
WEB addresshttp://www.cjalba.ro/expozitia-etnografica-pianu-de-jos/
Virtual Tourhttp://www.antrecalba.ro/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=192&Itemid=64
Contact personTrif Anuţa
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