The Vasile Găman Ethnography Museum, a building that looks like a traditional house specific to these places. The collection on display includes approximately 3000 pieces made or collected over time. Ever since you arrive in front of the museum, the entrance gate makes it possible for you to “meet” with Burebista, Decebal, Traian, Stefan cel Mare, Dragoș Voda and Mihai Viteazul, their faces being carefully carved on a map of Romania. If you want to see something of the way of life in the traditional Romanian village, the objects exhibited here will satisfy your curiosities. These include: very old agricultural tools, masks and ceramic pots, manuscripts, icons painted on wood, folk costumes.