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George And Aghata Bacovia Memorial House Bucharest

Memorial House Bucharest
George And Aghata Bacovia Memorial House Bucharest


Sector 4, , Str. George Bacovia Nr. 63

44.39767, 26.099256

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5.8 km

5.8 km

11.6 km

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10:00 - 17:00

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George and Aghata Bacovia Memorial House

The memorial house was inaugurated in 1966 in the same house that the poet lived from 1933 till 1957. The exhibition consists of manuscripts, objects and documents owned previously by George Bacovia (1881 – 1957) and his wife, Agata. The museum today is in the subordination of the Romanian Literature Museum.

Foundation year
: 1958

: literature- memorial


Daily: 10:00 - 17:00
Closed: Monday, Tuesday

Entrence fee:

Children, students:  2 RON
Adults:                      4 RON



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