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"Gheorghe Pop de Băseşti" Memorial House

Museum code6950504
Name"Gheorghe Pop de Băseşti" Memorial House
Addressnr. 124
Postal code437030
Telephone0262.204.958 (int.20)
Time table9:00 - 17:00; Monday: closed
Collection(s)The manor belonged to the famous politician, descendant of a noble family. The residence was built between 1885 and 1890 and was for 30 years a meeting place for many Transylvanian political and cultural figures: Dr. Vasile Lucaciu, Vasile Goldiş, Ion Raţiu, Teodor Mihali, and others. Until 1940, his daughter Elena Pop Longin (1860 - 1940), well-known feminist militant, and her husband Francisc Hossu Longin lived there. In 1948, the manor was nationalised and the building was the headquarters of the local cooperative farm and grain burn. During 1970 - 1976, the building was rehabilitated and gradually transformed into a museum. The exhibits include original historical and memorial pieces belonging to Gheorghe Pop de Băseşti (1835 - 1919), the President of the Romanian National Party of Transylvania, and of the Great National Assembly of Alba Iulia from the 1st of December 1918.
Historic Monument building Historic Monument building MM-IV-m-A-04823
General profileMemorials
Main profileMemorials, Historical Personalities
Contact personLucia Pop
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