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Sala Unirii, Alba Iulia
(4.3/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web)
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  • National monuments will not always reveal themselves strangers and even here some reading pleasure of the Romanian spirit of discovery is a demand. But where can you find Dracula already and the German-born King Karl on a wall fresco? What ideas do you became in 1918 by multiracial Romania where Romanians, Hungary, German "Saxony" and others should live peacefully with each other? Queen Mary - heroine or Skandalnudel? And all this in a Schicht officer Casino with a cellar full of national costumes. Often lead to interesting exhibitions. The entrance is always worth a visit free of charge, and for "Discovery" or stimulation-seekers.
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  • I felt the moment of romanian countries union when I stepped in, great feeling. Excelent preserved and free visiting. 
  • We are Romanians, and even us would have liked a little more detailed explanations. The exhibits are quite interesting, the ones that depict life in rural Romania, and customs, but even they could ben...  more »
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  • Ostensibly, this is one of the most historic places in Romania: the hall where the union between Transylvania and the rest of Romania was decided. But instead of providing an adequate explanation and a relevant display, the place is full of dusty, haphazardly-collected set of exhibits all attempting to show how the ethnic Romanians have been in Transylvania for centuries, in what smacks of an effort to protest too much. The main hall displays huge portraits of King Ferdinand with no explanation or context. And it also houses irrelevant temporary exhibition panels; when I visited it in August 2016, it had an exhibition explaining how to tell fake gold from real (!). Nothing about the political context to the Union, the people behind the event, or its world-wide implications, despite the fact that huge amounts of material exist. A massively missed opportunity to educate people about the history of Romania; all you get is a massive hall with random exhibits, a few fading black-and-white pictures of Romanian peasants and some scattered dusty pottery. Heartbreaking for someone who appreciates and loves Romanian history. Ah, yes: the website of the museum managing the Hall was last updated in 2015!
  • Great museum
  • Full of history
  • Free entrance and included ethnographic museum. A historic site that is well spent. Highly recommended.
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  • Very nice. Up on the walls are represented notable people of Romania, King Ferdinand down paintings, objects and documents from the great Union. Note 10 +
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