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"Samuil and Eugenia Ioneţ" Ethnographic Museum

Museum code7069900
Name"Samuil and Eugenia Ioneţ" Ethnographic Museum
AddressPiaţa Unirii nr. 63
Postal code725400
E-MAIL addressmuzeulradauti@yahoo.com
Access17A, E85 roads
Time table8:00 - 17:00; Saturday, Sunday: 8:00 - 16:00
DirectorTraian Valentin Postolache
Collection(s)The present museum building was founded in 1860 and its architecture was influenced by Austrian style. Established in 1934. In 1944, the entire heritage, over 10,000 items, was seized by the Soviet army, and lost for ever. A part of the collections are currently at the Ethnographic Museum in Chişinău. Samuil Ioneţ gathered items for reopening another museum, in 1948. The museum was reorganized several times, the last one in 1976, when the focus of the exhibition lay on Bukovina folk technology. The museum has a rich ethnography collection, over 9,200 pieces, about 1,000 of which are exhibited in the 11 exhibition halls: pottery (enamelled and coloured pottery of Rădăuţi, Kuty, Păltinoasa, Siret, black pottery of Marginea), tools and utensils used in the textile domestic industry, interior fabrics, costumes from the area, ornaments, furniture, horn, bone and metal artefacts, traditional technical installations, agricultural and pastoral utensils, icons and works of fine arts, pottery (where the descendent of the craftsman Constantin Colibaba, Florin Colibaba works).
Historic Monument building Historic Monument building SV-II-m-B-05616
General profileEthnography
Main profileEthnogaphy
WEB addresshttp://muzeuletnografic.culturaradauti.ro/
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