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“had a great time here, i bet the collection will grow and grow, very relaxed and friendly staff too - lots of photo opportunities and you are encouraged to dress up join in and touch stuff”
“We had so much fun here, it gave us a completely different perspective on Romanian life and culture while constantly poking fun at itself, the mix was interesting and educating but also fun and hilarious at times.”
“The highlights for me were the three beautiful paintings by El Greco, three perfect sculptures by Rodin, French impressionists and Breughel the Younger's Four seasons.”
“Both are extensive collections with incredible pieces on display, there are too many to single out but it was one of the best art museums I've visited so far and we have visited many on our travels The museum is c...”
“It is a memorial house, a late 19th century - early 20th century haven of two prosperous and affluent intellectuals, an exquisite pallazino that hosts rare art and unique objects.”
“... the quantity and quality of objects on display is very impressive and includes Greek pottery, stunning silver and gold jewellery, Roman glass and pottery, figurines, clay lamps and coins from different periods.”
“Most of the art inside is done by the Storck family starting with Karl in late nineteenth century, lots of sculptures made by Frederic his youngest son, all paintings done by Frederic's wife Cecilia.”
“The house of sculptor Frederic Storck and his wife, Cecilia Cutescu Storck, a painter, will leave you impressed.”
“The oldest house in Bucharest, the Melik House, dating from 1760, shelters in the 8 rooms open to the public, the collection of the Serafina and Gheorghe Răuţ spouses, friends of the painter Theodor Pallady, where...”