“Hanul Domnesc” Ethnographic Museum

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“Hanul Domnesc” Ethnographic Museum, code SV-II-m-B-05476. Public forum monument of local (county) importance, located in Suceava municipality, Ciprian Porumbescu Street, no. 5, organized in a building from 1627 that belonged to the Polonophile ruler Miron Barnovschi (1626-1629; 1633), related in a feminine line with the Movilă dynasty.
The museum has over 14,000 pieces of cultural heritage, grouped into the following categories: wooden objects and furniture, folk costumes, ceramics, leather objects, firearms, fabrics, objects of worship, metal, bone, glass, porcelain, means of transport, musical instruments. They are arranged in two different museum ensembles: the inn (a) and the ethnographic exhibition (b), briefly described below.
a. The inn
On the ground floor of the building is reconstructed an inn from the 18th–19th centuries, which housed distinguished guests passing through Suceava, with all the components: the entrance hall, the cellar, the hunting lounge, kitchen, pantry, restroom.
There is an Austrian fireplace covered with Kuty-type ceramic tiles, hunting rifles, pistols, daggers, deer and wild boar trophies (furs) in the hunting lounge. The atmosphere of the 18th–19th centuries is rendered by the solid wooden furniture with sculpted Bukovinian ornaments.
The most representative pieces of furniture in the Rest Room are a bed with boards decorated with anthropomorphic motifs, a dowry box and a coffer for clothes.
b. Ethnographic exhibition
Upstairs are presented artifacts from four ethnographic areas of Suceava County – Dorna, Câmpulung Moldovenesc, Humor and Rădăuți. They mainly consist of traditional folk costume ensembles, ornaments, fabrics, artefacts and costumes specific to the famous New Year’s traditions, ceramics.

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