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    Museum of Archaeology and Ethnography of the Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Moldova
    Museum of Archaeology and Ethnography of the Academy of Sciences of the Republic was founded in 1977. Its base is the archaeological exhibition, organized in 1958 in the building of the Academy of Sciences of the Moldavian SSR. Since 1986, the museum has been opened to the public. Currently it is located in the historic centre of the city on Bonulescu Bodoni Street in the building of the 19th century which was designed by a renowned architect A. Bernardazzi.

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Monument to Mihai Eminescu "Luceafarul"

REF NR: 7409
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Mihai Eminescu is the most prominent representative of the national poetry, known not only in every resident of Moldova, but also worldwide. He was a true patriot and delicately knew folklore; some verses of his works have become really the folk songs. He also contributed greatly to the Romanian language, enriching its vocabulary, rhythm and style.

His ideals of life came into conflict with the reality; he was a representative of the late European Romanticism. Being a philosopher, he translated into the native language of Kant and Confucius works ...


Monument appeared in the 90s. It is associated with the poet hero of the most celebrated creation "Luceafarul".

It is the artwork of sculptor Tudor Cataraga (the member of the Union of Artists of Moldova and the International Association of Fine Arts at UNESCO, he is the winner of the contest for sketch of Freedom Monument, a monument in the honour of the events of 7th April 2009).

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Address:
Moldova, mun. Chisinau, c. Chişinău
Center, Bld. Stefan cel Mare si Sfint, 79