The Archbishop Antim Ivireanul Museum is, by the topics covered by the collections displayed here, a unique presence on the cultural life of Bucharest. The museum is set up within the precincts of the Antim Monastery, and the exhibits consist of examples of Brâncoveanu style art, old books and items related to the history of printing.

The monastery in itself is a prized tourist sight in Bucharest, since it dates back to the early 18th century. It is dedicated to its founder, Archbishop Antim Ivireanul, an important key figure in the spread of the Christian culture during the late medieval and modern eras in Romania.

Archbishop Antim Ivireanul Museum (Muzeul Mitropolit Antim Ivireanul)
29, Strada Antim Ivireanul, Bucharest, Romania
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