The Museum of the Armenian Community is located within the precincts of the Armenian Church in Bucharest. By means of its collection of exhibits, it retraces the history of the Armenian community in Romania. The location of this museum is not accidental, since the Armenians are renowned for their religiousness (the history of this people goes virtually hand in hand with their Christianization).

Thus, once inside the museum, visitors can admire and study all sorts of exhibits with historical and documentary value, such as old prayer books, religious items, manuscripts and the like.

Museum of the Armenian Community (Muzeul Comunităţii Armeneşti)
43, Blvd. Carol I, Bucharest, Romania
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