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Good practice guide

Through local cultural events and in the spirit of good practice, it is possible to promote the local heritage, with all its components: movable, immovable and immaterial. Extremely important support is provided by the National Centre for the Preservation and Promotion of Traditional Culture, which also has county branches, in which specialized staff can identify values ​​of immaterial cultural heritage (dances, folk techniques, traditions, etc.).

Project Final Conference

The Transylvanian Museum of Ethnography invites you to participate in the final conference of the project “The Church of Horea – a heritage for the future. Valuing an 18th Century architecture monument through Virtual Reality”

About the Planimetry of the Cizer Church

The church of Horea in Cizer can be visited virtually using virtual reality equipment in the exhibition related to the project “The Church of Horea – a heritage for the future. Valuing an 18th Century architecture monument through Virtual Reality”

Innovative exhibition leaflet

Visitors of  the exhibition “The Church of Horea – a heritage for the future. Valuing an 18th Century architecture monument through Virtual Reality”  have the opportunity to read a leaflet that summarizes the 57 artifacts that could be exhibited due to the skill and hard work of colleagues from the restoration-conservation department.

The wooden church in Cizer

The church of Horea in Cizer can be visited virtually using virtual reality equipment in the exhibition related to the project “The Church of Horea – a heritage for the future. Valuing an 18th century architecture monument through virtual reality”, a project carried out by the Transylvanian Museum of Ethnography, together with the Technical University of Cluj-Napoca and the Norwegian association NUDA AS, financed with the support of EEA Grants 2014 – 2021 within the RO-CULTURE Programme.

Cizer church painting

he church in Cizer village (Sălaj county), one of the most representative wooden places of worship in Transylvania has a remarkable interior painting, which was recently restored.

Artefacts in the innovative exhibition: carpentry tools

In the exhibition related to the project ”The Church of Horea – a heritage for the future. Valuing an 18th century architecture monument through virtual reality”, a project carried out by the  Transylvanian Museum of Ethnography, together with the Technical University of Cluj-Napoca and the Norwegian association NUDA AS, financed with the support of EEA Grants 2014 – 2021 within the RO-CULTURE Programme, a series of tools used by carpenters are exposed.

Artifacts restored within the project

The wooden cross, painted with tempera, measuring 32 cm x 20 cm, dates back to the 20th century. The symmetrical composition on the vertical and horizontal presents a geometric decoration: triangles and squares, made of serpentine and straight lines, of different colors: yellow, red-brown, present on both sides, symmetrical.

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