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Muzeul Tehnic Profesor Inginer Dimitrie Leonida, Bucharest
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great potential of the museum is lost due to the fact that is not interactive. however, i hope in the future things will be changed and have space to become a true museum of sciences/technology of Buc... read more »
Simona Mihaela N
The museum is easy to find,being situated at the entrance of Carol Park. The collection is interesting,but it would be better if visitors could have some practical experiments in there.
Музей небольшой, но представлено столько разных интересных технических вещиц, что будет интересно и взрослым и детям! Прямо-таки историческо-техническая выставка!A small museum, but is shown as many different interesting technical gizmos that will be interesting for both adults and children! Downright historical-technical exhibition!show original
Incredible place with a lot of interesting pieces of technology worth seeing.
Stefan Alexandru Geogloman
An interesting but not modern museum with very old exhibits.
Tommy Van de Wouwer
This museum is this old that it becomes relevant in it's own special way. The collection is not up2date nor arranged in a modern way but that doesn't matter. The museum belongs in a museum on it's own. You can find how they presented a technical exhibition 50 years ago... It's really fun to walk around in this museum and see the ancient collection. I spend a fun 2 hours. Only downside is (as everywhere in Bucharest) you have to pay an additional tax for taking pictures.
Chereji DanielIt would be nicer if the year-on-year jump degrade exhibitsshow original
Axel LexThis museum was designed with a pronounced character, founder of wanting to be a school of the school, where everyone can see or operate mechanisms illustrate the laws of mechanics, electricity and magnetism. Visiting the Museum, I can say that the desire of the founder was not respected, the didactic character being absent. The present building is rather a repository through which you walk, there are interactive exhibits, the circuit is randomly designed, and feeling you have is not that of satisfaction offered by new information and knowledge, but received one of the intellectual vacuum.show original
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