George Enescu National Museum

141 Calea Victoriei
021-659.75.96; 021-659.63.65
Daily 10 - 17; Monday closed

In 1967, Maria Cantacuzino – Enescu, G. Enescu’s widow, donated the building. Founded in 1956 the collection includes the manuscript scores of the great composer Enescu’s compositions, his violins and pianos, his original furniture, his musical library, paintings, decorative objects, letters, photographs and other documents regarding Enescu’s activity. The building is an architectonic monument (the Cantacuzino Palace) built between 1898 and 1900.


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