Ventura House/The Ethnography Museum/Popular School of Arts

Attested in 1872, Ventura House was built during 1845-1850 in Neo-Clssical style, with valuable Baroque architectural decorations at the interior that still preserve their original shapes (ladder, metal structures, stained glass). The house belonged to Grigore Ventura, Romanian writer and composer, father of the artist Maria Ventura. Recently refurbished, Ventrua House currently hosts the Ethnographic department of the County Museum and the Folk Arts School.