Our mission is to build a living museum in the remote village Tecsesti to preserve its authenticity, traditional architecture, customs and local craft works. To achieve this goal we have to research, to learn and to experiment how our ancestors lived in this environment, from the Neolithic to the present.
The (re)creation camp for the Neolithic sector starts on 30th of May 2016. A complex of dwellings will be reproduced using wooden structures, walls of clay and thatched roofs.
We started in 2014 an ethnographic research project in order to preserve and promote the authentic Romanian traditions. We collect and record old songs, legends and forgotten crafts.
Tecsesti village, Alba County, Romania
13 Turnu Magurele Street, Bucharest, Romania 041705