The “King Ferdinand I” National Military Museum is one of the most prestigious cultural institutions in Romania which has played an important role in promoting the military and historical traditions of the Romanian Army. Established in 1923, the Museum enjoyed the support of some important national personas, such as: Vasile Pârvan, Alexandru Tzigara-Samurcaş, Radu R. Rosetti, Nicolae Iorga, etc. The items on display are linked by military events, like in any similarly themed exhibition, but are not limited solely to the weapons’ field. The visitor has the possibility of both ‘traveling’ in time and space and viewing the way in which different historical ages are recreated.
Artillery and Armoured Vehicles
Covering over 2000 m², The Artillery and Armoured Vehicles Open Air Exhibition [...]
The Weapons’ Exhibition contains over 900 weapons and their accessories, being the [...]