Princess Maria of Romania Attends Opening of Transylvanian Museum

  April 27, 2017 at 8:49 am by

Last Saturday, Her Royal Highness Princess Maria of Romania attended the inauguration of a new museum at Kálnoky Castle in the town of Miclosoara north of Bucharest.

The reception for the Museum of Transylvanian Life started off with a speech by Count Tibor Kálnoky who is President of the Kálnoky Foundation and a close friend of the Prince of Wales.  The Prince of Wales himself sent a special message which was read out by the Ambassador of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland – His Excellency Mr. Paul Brummell.

The Kálnoky Foundation initiated the idea for a museum in partnership with INTBAU Scandinavia, an organisation supporting “traditional architecture, urbanism and crafts through education and advocacy” (source: http://www.intbau.org)

For more photos of this event, please click here.

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