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The Theodore Pallady Museum, housed in Casa Melik, showcases the Post-Impressionist artist's paintings, landscapes, and portraits from his Parisian period.
The Theodore Pallady Museum, housed in Casa Melik, showcases the Post-Impressionist artist's paintings, landscapes, and portraits from his Parisian period. The museum also showcases 16th - 19th century European paintings by other artists.
22 Strada Spătarului, Bucharest 20775, Romania
+40 21 211 4979
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