Constanta is located on the Black Sea, between the mouths of the Danube and Mangalia harbor, occupying a central position on the Romanian seacoast.
Constanta is an ancient city, founded 2,500 years ago (VI century BC) by Greek colonists from Miletus city.
More than 100 years of history
The ground floor of the museum hosts the Thesaurus room: painted vessels with black figures (VII-VI centuries BC), Tanagara burnt clay figurines, jewelery collections, marble statues and figurines, “the Glykon snake” statue (III century AD).
At the floor are exhibited copies of the famous statues “The thinker” and “The Sitting Woman” (Hamangia Culture- neolithic era), ceramic pottery of the Gumelnita and Boian culture. The Roman mosaic-floored edifice si located near the museum.
"Kral camisi" or "King’s Mosque"
Mahmud II Mosque, “Kral camisi” or “King’s Mosque” in Constanta, as it is called, is a unique architectural monument in Dobrogea and the main building of Muslim worship in the city.
The Great Mosque in Constanta houses an art collection where the most important object is the carpet brought from Ada Kaleh island as a donation of Abdul Hamid sultan. The carpet is 200 years old and comes from the famous handicraft center Herek in Turkey. It has 144 square meters with a length of 16 meters and…
The touristic port of Constanta
Tomis is the touristic port of Constanta. All around you can find restaurants, terraces and barges at anchor. Just in the middle of the water from the port an arthesian well springs out.
The only one in Romania
The museum of the Romanian Navy was founded on the 25th of October 1965.
The building, which houses big part of the historical patrimony of the Navy, it is itself declared a historical monument.
The exhibition of the museum is organized in four sections: ancient, medieval, modern and contemporary eras, presented in 128 rooms with a surface of 10,000 sqm.
The Navy Museum, through thousands of layouts, reproducing all types of existent boats in our military and commercial navy, from its …
Peipei, Chen Cheng and Ni-ni are the stars at the Dolphinarium from Contanta
The Dolphinarium began its activity on June 1, 1972, being the first museum of this kind in our country and the first one from south-eastern Europe at that time. It is located inside the Natural Sciences Museum Complex.
Trainings at the Dolphinarium:
Monday-Friday: 11:30; 13:30; 15:30
Saturday-Sundat: 11:30; 13:30; 16:00
Over 15,0000 exhibits
The museum comprises over 15,000 exhibits of popular creation, characteristic to the whole country- especially fabrics, icons, ceramic, popular costumes, household tools. The exhibition is based on “Romanian folklore art” and presents pieces specific to the genres of the popular artistic creations.