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The Romanian treasure at the National Archaeological Museum in Madrid

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September 5, 2021

From Bucharest to Madrid

Almos 800 pieces weighing 6 tons, part of the Romanian Treasury, were transported to Madrid on August 29, 2021, to be exhibited in a temporary exhibition at the Archaeological Museum in Madrid.

Visiting schedule and tickets

The exhibition will be open between October 1, 2021 and February 27, 2022.

Tuesday – Saturday: 9:30 – 20:00
Sunday and public holidays: 9:30 – 15:00

The entry is free.

Amazing artifacts from Romanian treasure

The Geto-Dacian gold helmet discovered in Cotofenesti, in Prahova, a unique piece in the world, made of almost 1 kg heavy solid gold, will be the star of the archeological exhibition organized by the Ministry of Culture together with the Spanish partners.

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Cotofenesti Helmet By © Radu Oltean / Wikimedia Commons

Other invaluable artifacts, such as royal 13 Dacian bracelets from Sarmizegetusa weighing between 500 grams and a kilogram and a half.

Pieces from the Pietroasa and Apahida, complete the Daco-Roman heritage that Romania sent to Madrid.

The treasury items are estimated at 60 million euros.

Dacian bracelets

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