The Transylvania Trust Foundation, in partnership with the Transylvanian Museum of Ethnography, public cultural institution functioning under the authority of the Cluj County Council, brings the exhibition Castles and fortresses on the Someș Valley to Cluj, in the “Romulus Vuia” National Ethnographic Park, where it can be visited during 18-29 August 2021.
The exhibition presents eleven monuments from the Cluj County - some more popular, others less known, such as the Bánffy Castle in Borșa, the Rhédey Mansion in Dăbâca or the Kornis Castle in Mănăstirea. Some of these serve as positive examples, but there are also many buildings whose tragic histories unfold before our eyes. A first step in our approach is to draw attention to these cultural values, and keeping them is our common responsibility.
Partners: Cluj County Council, National Museum of Transylvanian History, Cluj Cultural Centre
Sponsors: Hungarian State Secretariat for National Policy, School Foundation
The exhibition itinerary is a project supported by the Order of Romanian Architects, from the Architecture Stamp.
We look forward to welcoming you!