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Give nature of your energy in Brukenthal National Museum Give nature of your energy in Brukenthal National Museum

This year, on the occasion of the Earth Hour event, Brukenthal National Museum celebrates a double bicentennial.
1817 it is both the year of the public opening of the first museum in Romania by testamentary dispositions of Baron Samuel von Brukenthal (1721-1803) and the official year for the invention of the bicycle by Baron Karl Drais (1785-1851).
Friday, March 24, from 12 am, at the premises of the Museum of History and the Museum of Natural History will take place a series of educational activities on the importance of non-polluting means of transportation and the history of the bicycle.

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Book Launch Book Launch

Thursday, the 24th of February, 2:00 pm, in the Avram Iancu Assembly Hall of the Lucian Blaga University of Sibiu (Victoriei Boulevard, No. 7-9) will take place the launching of the following volumes authored by Prof. Sabin Adrian Luca:
„Art and religious beliefs in the Neolithic and Aeneolithic from Romania (Ed. MNBrukenthal, Sibiu 2014) – presented by dr. Anamaria Tudorie
„Viața trăită sub zei /Living under the Gods” (Ed. Academiei Române, Suceava, 2015) – presented by Prof. Magda Lazarovici
„Tărtăria REDIVIVA” (Ed. Muzeului Național Brukenthal, Alba Iulia, 2016) – presented by Prof. Gheorghe Lazarovici
„Arheologii timpului lor” (Ed. Armanis, Sibiu, 2016) – presented by Prof. Ioan Marian Țiplic

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Brukenthal National Museum won the competition Brukenthal National Museum won the competition "Together We Save Romanian Cultural Heritage" IFA-CEA!

Of the eight pieces participating in the competition, the jury chose the tower clock mechanism from the Evangelical church in Bradu, Sibiu County to be consolidated by ARC-Nucleart, Grenoble, France. The completion of the restoration process will be continued in the Museum’s laboratories.
Made of wood with iron components, the mechanism was donated to the Brukenthal Museum in 1909 by the parish priest Schuller.

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