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The Tudor Arghezi Memorial House, also known as Mărţişor, was the retirement residence of Romanian poet and writer Ion N.
The Tudor Arghezi Memorial House, also known as Mărţişor, was the retirement residence of Romanian poet and writer Ion N. Theodorescu, who wrote under the pseudonym Tudor Arghezi. The 2 storey house has 18 rooms, with his voluminous library, personal belongings, honors awarded to him, and several portraits. The tombs of the poet and his wife lie in a garden outside the house. The annexe displays his poetry and prose manuscripts, documents, magazines edited by him and a rich iconography with images from history.
26 Strada Mărțișor, Bucharest 41242, Romania
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