Casa Muzeelor (The Museums’ Home) opened on July 22, in Iași, in northeastern Romania. It hosts the Museum of Romanian Literature, the Poetry Museum, the Museum of Jewish Theater in Romania, the Museum of Childhood in Communism, and the Museum of the Iași Pogrom.
The 5 museums are situated in a constructing erected on the finish of the nineteenth century that was the headquarters of the Viața Românească cultural society and journal. The constructing later served because the headquarters of the Police. It underwent refurbishment between September 2016 and July 2021 in a undertaking totaling RON 16.6 million.
The Museum of Romanian Literature, relocated right here, encompasses 14 halls, a number of devoted to personalities of native literature.
The Poetry Museum is a “conceptual exhibition devoted to the concept of poetry.” The everlasting exhibition was designed by visible artist Ion Barbu.
The Museum of Childhood in Communism has one part that recreates the environment of a typical classroom throughout the Communist interval, whereas the opposite part covers the house atmosphere of the time.
The Museum of Jewish Theater in Romania has a everlasting exhibition that goals to showcase the landmark moments of Jewish theater and the heritage of its consultant cultural establishments.
The Museum of the Iaşi Pogrom was arrange by the Elie Wiesel Institute for the Research of Holocaust in Romania. It encompasses varied gadgets associated to the June 1941 Iaşi Pogrom, from images and paperwork to testimonies of the survivors.
The Museums’ Home additionally hosts exhibition halls, halls for museum workshops and teaching programs, a convention corridor, and a library.
(Photograph: Consiliul Judetean Iasi Fb Web page)