Romanian museum wins two awards on TripAdvisor

Romanian museum wins two awards on TripAdvisor

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The largest travel site in the world,, has awarded the National Museum Brukenthal two awards, of which the most important – “Travelers’ Choice 2015/2015 Travellers Choice” is received annually by more than 1% tourist destination listed on this website, according to a release sent to Agerpres .

Brukenthal, first Romanian museum to be visited by mobile …

“Brukenthal Museum in Sibiu will be the first museum in Romania that will enable the visitors’ guidance by a special application for the intelligent mobile phones. The app is called ‘i-locate’ and is expected to be available …

Entry in the top Brukenthal National Museum Travelers’ Choice doubled by selecting three of the top rated museums in Romania, which comes to reconfirm the success of the Sibiu public institution. These two awards are given to the Museum in less than a year after awarding “Tripadvisor Certificate of Excellence”.

In selecting the top tourist destinations, cultural, Tripadvisor uses an algorithm that takes into account quality, quantity and timeliness of reviews and the popularity ranking in the index of the website. On, Brukenthal Museum received 140 reviews from passengers, 69 of them providing ‘excellent’ and 45 – “Very good.”

In comments posted on the website so visitors appreciate the Brukenthal National Museum: ‘Brukenthal is indisputably one of the best art museums in Romania.

I came here after Dürer Dürer exhibition and we were happy to visit European art collection. ‘- Writes US visitors on Another visitors registered: ‘One of the best Romanian cultural experiences. The museum is on the list of facilities to be visited. ‘ – Considers Crina D.

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Brukenthal Museum receives over 100-item donation from director of Germany’s …

Irmgard Sedler, director of the Kornwestheim Museum (Germany), donated on Thursday over one hundred items to the Sibiu-based National Brukenthal Museum, mostly woodcut engravings by artist Gert Fabritius, informs a release. “The donation includes: 5 …



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