Romanian bribes on display at the Corruption Museum

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A new thematic museum is available in Romania: The Corruption Museum, launched on the Night of Museums, can be visited online at www.MuzeulCoruptiei.ro.

The museum is hosting the Bribes’ Gallery where the most famous bribes in Romania are on display and the Bribes’ Test which challenges readers to test their knowledge on corruption.

Among the works on display there are “The bribe in the cemetery”, “Paintings and ingots”, “Seven doors from Buhusi”, “Bridge in the Ditch commune”.

The project developed by Kinecto Isobar digital marketing agency is focusing on the most frequently met corruption offense in Romania: the bribe. “Some bribes were so incredible, that you cannot tell if they are real or invented: from millions of euros to sheep or mineral water. The insignificant value of the bribes and the obstination of taking it was a warning signal for us: bribe taking is a way of living,” said Denisa Armaşu, Senior Copywriter – Kinecto Isobar digital marketing agency.

To create this museum, the copywriters have studied tens of bribe cases and chose the most incredible ones.

The Corruption Museum can be also visited through a 360-degree YouTube video, the experience can be available on mobile while visitors can head the phone in any direction to track down the exhibits.

More information available at www.facebook.com/MuzeulCoruptiei.

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