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"C.I. and C.C. Nottara" Memorial Museum

SubordinationBucharest Municipality Museum
Museum code7083503
Name"C.I. and C.C. Nottara" Memorial Museum
AddressB-dul Dacia nr. 105, sector 2
Postal code010406
Accessbuses: 133, 135; trolleybuses: 79, 86
Time table10:00 - 18.00; Monday, Tuesday: closed
DirectorAdrian Majuru
Collection(s)The museum can be found in the building where the great actor C. I. Nottara and his son C. C. Nottara lived. Its foundation was laid by the donation from Ana C. Nottara. In the flat on the ground floor of the building there are documents and various items illustrating the life and activity of C. I. Nottara as an actor, stage director, and teacher: family photographs and images from the 800 parts he played in his long career, the make-up table, a library, pictures of his masters: Ştefan Velescu, Mihail Pascaly, and Matei Millo, the parents' portraits by Corneliu Baba, medals, posters, personal belongings, valuable books purchased from Pascaly and from another great actor, De Max, a member of the French Comedy. On the upper floor the composed C. C. Nottara is presented. The original interior and period atmosphere have been preserved to a large extent, due to the display of some of the musician's property: his study with a large library, music scores, music and art books, the hall with the piano and one of his violins, the dining-room with beautiful pieces of furniture, pictures, statuettes, small decorative objects, illustrating the history of Romanian drama and music from the first half of the 20th century.
Historic Monument building Historic Monument building B-II-m-B-18550
General profileMemorials
Main profileMemorials-History of Theatre
WEB addresshttp://www.muzeulbucurestiului.ro/casa-memoriala-nottara.html
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