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Royal Court Museum Complex
Targoviste, judetul Dambovita
|Address||Calea Domneasca, 181|
Royal Court monuments are evidence of Romanian art and architecture and presents new features and solutions that have a strong imprint on the era.
Museum organizers have made great efforts to achieve a seamless connection between the monuments and exhibition activities.
In Chindia Tower took place the exhibition "Vlad the Impaler-Dracula. Legend and historical truth" and was arranged in the Royal Church "Brancoveanu art collection".
In the cellars of the royal House of Peter Earring visitors can see an interesting collection of lapidary and a brief history of the Royal Court.
Although the main existing monuments belong to this place subsequent to Mircea the Old, following archaeological research has uncovered an interesting fort and house called the Parcalabul and other artifacts dating from the second half of the fourteenth century earlier reign of Mircea the Old, far less represented inside the museum all.
Within the Royal Court are several areas of interest, among them being the area of military fortifications, residential area, the household, royal gardens etc.
Hours: Monday closed Tuesday - Sunday: 8.00 - 18.30