The collection of wooden spoons “Ioan Tugui”

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The collection of wooden spoons “Ioan Tugui”, a public monument of national importance, located in the town of Câmpulung Moldovenesc, Gh. Popovici Street, no. 1.
Housed in a building from the second half of the 20th century, the museum can be considered unique in Europe. It holds over 5,300 tablespoons – made from about 130 wood essences (including lemon, fig, Gingko Biloba), mainly from Romania, but also from the USA, Japan, Africa, China, Tanzania, Pakistan, New Zealand, Mexico.
From a practical point of view, spoons from Romania are thematically grouped into three categories: household, shepherd and hutsul. Some spoons are engraved with animal motifs (deer, roosters, fish, snakes) or have braided tails (carved) in four, six or eight.
Visitors can also admire here a collection of 1,300 coins (the oldest dating back to antiquity), as well as hundreds of carpets and ceramic pieces.

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