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The Romanian Folk Art Museum is a non-profit organization established in 1983 in Chicago. Its starting mission was to preserve and promote Romanian folk culture, and gradually it has expanded into a resource center for Americans and a common ground for the Romanian-American communities. It aims to promote and support Romanian artisans and to function as a bridge with Romania, developing educational and economic promotion projects.

The largest European folkloric artifacts collection in the U.S. features costumes, rugs, pottery, furniture, and a full Transylvanian interior.

Location: 1606 Spruce St., Philadelphia Pennsylvania 19103 Telephone 215-732-6780

Other Art nearby:
(Philadelphia) ADM Gallery
(Doylestown) Art Coop II
(New Hope) Art Legends Gallery
(Philadelphia) Artist's House
(Philadelphia) Ashley Gallery
(Wilmington) Bank One Center on the Riverfront

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