As part of Europalia Romania, the Grand Curtius has designed a new exhibition presenting the Low Danube civilisations.
300 fascinating artefacts
This partnership with the Romania's National History Museum and the Romanian Cultural Institute will feature:
- anthropomorphic statuettes
- Gold and bronze weapons
All highlight the symbol revolutions started in the Neolithic period and continued in the Bronze age.
Romania: a trading area
Situated between the Black Sea and Danube delta to the south-east and is crossed by the Carpathian Mountains to the north-west, Romania enjoys Slavic, Balkan and Germanic culture. This makes the country a privileged location for exchanges between East and West Europe.
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