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Mineral/Geology Museums in Romania

PhotoMuseum NameLocationDetails
Gold Museum at BradBradA fantastic collection of crystallized gold from Romanian localities. Each locality had its own display case. There is also a small collection of old European classics.
Mineralogisches Museum Baia MareBaia MareThe museum has a collection of more than 15,000 mineral specimens - many of which are world rarities or rarities - coming from the ore deposits of the Baia Mare area. It is considered by experts to be the largest mineralogical regional museum in Europe. The basic exhibition, in which about 1,000 mineral specimens are ...
The Babes-Bolyai University Museum of MineralogyCluj-NapocaThe Mineralogy Museum operates within the Mineralogy Department of The Biology and Geology Faculty. The educational collection of minerals and rocks opened in 2002. The museum currently contains over 16,500 exhibition pieces (approximately 12,500 minerals, over 3,700 tooled gems and over 200 meteorites), grouped into ...
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