The Dimitrie Gusti national village museum is a large open-air museum containing 272 historical farms, wooden churches and houses from various regions of Romania. It is located in the north of Bucharest, in the King Michael I park. It extends for about 500m from north to south. Many of the contained houses are wooden and some have reed roofs. The museum was set up in 1936.
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