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"Nichita Stănescu" Memorial Museum

SubordinationPrahova County Museum of History and Archaeology
Museum code6960515
Name"Nichita Stănescu" Memorial Museum
AddressStr. Nichita Stănescu nr. 1
Postal code100179
E-MAIL addressmuzeul.nischitastanescu@yahoo.com.uk
Accesstram 102, bus: 30, 1, 44 (Coreco)
Time table9:00 - 17:00; Monday: closed
DirectorMihal Dumitrache
Collection(s)The building dates from 1926 - 1927 and stands in General Cernat, later Buciumului Street, in Piaţa Sârbească. It was built by Hristea Stănescu (the poet’s grandfather) and his younger sons, Gheorghe and Nicolae (the poet’s father). The newly wed Nicolae and Tatiana moved to this building in 1931. There, on the 31st of March 1933 the great poet Nichita Stănescu was born. On the 26th of August 1999, the Prahova County Museum of History and Archaeology received the house from the Ministry of Culture. In March 2002 here opened the permanent Exhibition dedicated to the poet Nichita Stănescu (1933 - 1983). The exhibits include pieces of furniture (Nichita Stănescu’s pupil and student desk, the poet’s piano, the bedroom, dining-room, kitchen, the clock in the native home), the works published during his life (autographed books, offered to the family and friends), national prizes (diplomas granted by the Romanian Writers' Union, the Academy etc.), international prizes (the Prize for the youngest poet - Struga 1965, the Herder medal - 1976, the Golden Crown prize for poetry - Struga 1982, a.s.o.), original manuscripts (Quadriga Poem, the poet's first international recognition - 1965), original documents (Civil State Registry excerpt for newborns for 1933, the "Literary Gazette" card, photographs, documents illustrating the poet's interest in numismatics (The Honour Diploma of the Numismatics Society for Nichita Stănescu, medals etc.), the poet’s posthumous work and some of his personal belongings (lighters, watches, decorative objects, etc). The exhibition also holds a rich archive of newspapers, posters, and photographs.
General profileMemorials
Main profileHistory of Literature, Art, Ethnography, History, Memorials, Science and Technology
WEB addresshttp://www.histmuseumph.ro/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=52&Itemid=64
Contact personCarmen Guef
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Copyright National Heritage Institute (cIMeC) Bucharest - 1999-2020          Last update: 16.05.2020          Contact: muzee@cimec.ro
Responsible: Marius Streinu Marius.Streinu@cimec.ro și Vasile Andrei vasile@cimec.ro
voluntary: Irina Oberländer-Târnoveanu irina@cimec.ro