Palm Sunday Fair and exhibitions at the Romanian Peasant Museum
Painted eggs, icons, wood and ceramic items, fabrics, toys, musical instruments, ornaments, painted furniture and other delightfully crafted objects will be bargained at the Palm Sunday Fair to take place at the Romanian Peasant National Museum, starting Friday, April 3, until Sunday, April 5.
Moreover, visitors will be able to purchase cakes, sweetmeats from Teleorman, gingerbread from Harghita, kurtos kalacs, apples from Maramures, candy, honey and royal jelly, pollen and propolis, curing herbs, brandy from Bihor and jam.
Ticket prices to the fair range from RON 2 for students and pensioners to RON 4 for the rest of the people.
On April 2, at 13:00, at the Peasant Club “Old Romanian art studies” album will be launched.
By April 19 at the museum’s Irina Nicolau Hall, the “Virtues – drawing and object” exhibition of the artist Ovidiu Simionescu as part of the Portrait / Atelier series is also on display. The “Heritage” exhibition can be admired as well at the Foyer Hall until April 12. The exhibition takes the form of a stylized old house, a 150-year- old wooden building with special architectural elements embedded, with windows and doors painted by the iconographer painter Raluca Jurcovan.