Museum of National History and Archeology is the second important museum after the History Museum in Bucharest.
The massive and imposing construction that dominates the entire market was built between 1912-1921 years under the guidance of architect Victor Ştefănescu. The museum is structured on three levels, the ground floor being the Tezaur, dominated by the statue of the serpent Glycon.
On the other floors of the museum the exhibits are chronologically ordered, starting with the first evidence of Dobrogea's dwelling and ending with the modern era. Among these pieces is the "Thinker" and his pair, the emblematic pieces for the Hamagia culture (Neolithic).
The museum complex of history and archeology is complemented by an extensive lapidarium (an ensemble of engraved and carved stones) and the Roman Mosaic Edifice, a unique historical monument in Eastern Europe by its size.
The institution houses objects of Greek, Roman, Byzantine and medieval origin (tools and weapons made of stone, bronze and iron), ceramics, ancient architectural elements (columns, capitals, fronts, decorations, etc.), antique sculptures, glass pots, statuettes bronze and gold coins, some of which are unique), icons, documents, maps, models, photographs, telegrams, magazines, objects belonging to personalities from the beginning of the 20th century, pieces of furniture and other objects with a large historical load.
Here you can find the visiting program and address of the Constanta History Museum:
The Peninsular Zone of Constanta, hosted since 1977 in a monumental building (the former headquarters of Constanta City Hall), located in Ovidiu Square, no. 12.
Program: 9: 00 - 20: 00 (1 May - 30 September); 9: 00 - 17: 00, Monday and Tuesday closed (1 October - 30 April).
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