The Dumitru Furnică Minovici Museum of Ancient Western Art houses a collection of paintings, sculpture, and applied and decorative art in a red-brick Gothic Tudor-style mansion that was Minovici's residence.
3 Strada Dr. Nicolae Minovici, Bucharest 13712, Romania
+40 21 665 7334
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