The National Museum of Art of Romania is located on Revolution Square in the city of Bucharest.
The museum is housed in a building that was once a royal palace and it contains a large collection of Romanian art from medieval times to the present. In addition to its collection of Romanian art works, there are also many paintings by important European artists, such as Monet, Rubens, Renoir, and Rembrandt.
Although the museum is not as well known as some of its counterparts in major European cities, its artwork is second to none. In addition to the permanent collection, visitors can also view temporary displays of art.Places nearby:
Herastrau Park: Bucharest's Lakeside Paradise 3 km / 2 mi
Dimitrie Gusti National Village Museum, Bucharest: The Historic Romanian Ethnographic Museum 3 km / 2 mi
Aventura Park, Brasov: the biggest adventure park in Eastern Europe 135 km / 84 mi
Black Church: A stupendous Gothic marvel of Transylvanian Europe 139 km / 86 mi
Sea Garden: Burgas' Beautiful Public Park 201 km / 124 mi