The first open-air museum in Romania was founded in 1929 by the ethnographer Romulus Vuia.
The park contains numerous exhibits, the oldest of which date back to 1678:
- 13 households with 90 typical buildings for Apuseni, Năsăud, Bistrița, Transylvania, Maramureș, Secuimea, Zarand, White Vineyard, Oașului, Gurghiu, Călățele Depression, Bran;
- 34 rural technical installations;
- 5 workshop houses;
- 3 wooden churches;
- a cemetery gate.
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