guidebook.category_page.title.Kunst og kultur

guidebook.category_page.subtitle.Kunst og kultur

Lokalbeboernes favorittsteder

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1. Muzeul Marinei Române
53 Strada Traian
13lokale anbefalinger
Oana
Oana sier “The Romanian Marine Museum of Constanta is the largest institution of its kind in Romania and contai...” ·
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2. Museum of National History and Archeology
14lokale anbefalinger
Elena
Elena sier “The museum is one of the richest museums in Romania and the second institution profile, largest, aft...” ·
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3. Cazino Constanta
15 Bulevardul Regina Elisabeta
4lokale anbefalinger
Oana
Oana sier “There you may walk on the promenade, see the Port of Constanza, the old Casino, visit the Aquarium o...” ·
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4. Muzeul de Artă Constanța
82-84 Bulevardul Tomis
3lokale anbefalinger
Ana
Ana sier “Art museum, it shows exhibitions of renown Romanian artists ” ·
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5. Mosque of Constanta- Minaret
9 Strada Arhiepiscopiei
2lokale anbefalinger
Alexandru
Alexandru sier “Built in 1910 by King Carol I, the mosque is the seat of the Mufti, the spiritual leader of the 55,0...” ·
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6. Muzeul De Artă Populară
32 Bulevardul Tomis
3lokale anbefalinger
Ana
Ana sier “Very close to the old town, it has one of the most interesting exhibitions about the traditional cos...” ·
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7. Muzeul Ion Jalea
26 Strada Arhiepiscopiei
2lokale anbefalinger
Harun
Harun sier “Art pieces (sculptures, paintings and other) donated by the artist Ion Jalea (1887 - 1983).” ·
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8. Edificiul Roman Cu Mozaic
2lokale anbefalinger
Alexandru
Alexandru sier “A vast complex on three levels once linked the upper town to the harbor. Today, only about a third o...” ·
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9. The Museum of Natural Sciences Constanta
255 Bulevardul Mamaia
1lokale anbefalinger
Elena
Elena sier “Along Planetarium and Astronomical Observatory microreserve, Dolphinarium beautiful and exciting par...”
10. Universitatea Ovidius (campusul nou)
1lokale anbefalinger
Harun
Harun sier “University of Constanta”
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11. The Genovese Lighthouse
12 Strada Remus Opreanu
1lokale anbefalinger
Alexandru
Alexandru sier “Genovese lighthouse first built in the 13th century, and rebuilt in the present shape in 1858-1860.”