Nicolae Iorga Memorial House

“Nicolae Iorga” memorial house dates from the second half of the 19th century. It is in this house, built in Moldavian style, that the great historian Nicolae Iorga was born and spent his childhood. The house is an exceptional exhibition space, which retains a significant number of pieces with patrimonial value, related to the life and work of Nicolae Iorga. Original pictures of the family and of the great historian himself dating from several moments of his life, Dr Honoris Causa degrees received from famous educational institutions from Europe (Sorbonne, Cambridge, Rome) and a great number of books written by Nicolae Iorga, many of them in “princeps” edition, as well as newspapers and magazines that he editted and coordinated outline the extraordinary dimension of one of the greatest personalities of the Romanian and universal culture.