January 11, 2014

Romania's National Art Museum to be visited virtually too, starting in February
Jan 11, 2014

Romania's National Art Museum to be visited virtually too, starting in February.
Romania's National Art Museum (MNAR) will also be visited virtually, starting in February. This time they will launch the virtual tours for MNAR (the permanent galleries) and the satellite museums (the Museum of Art Collections, the K H Zambaccian Museum and the Theodor Pallady Museum).
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