Explore Transylvania and the Antique Ottoman Carpets in October 2004

Ivan Soenderholm 17 June 2004

Evangelic Parish Church SIGHISOARA Photo courtesy www.transylvanianrugs.comThe Rug Study Tour of Antique Ottoman Carpets 2004 is from Bucharest to Budapest on October 7-16, 2004, says Samy Rabinovic to Jozan Magazine.

For any serious student of history, classical rugs and fantastic scenery and great food, this is an opportunity not to miss, he continues.

There will be departure from New York 7 October with arrival in Bucharest 8 October.

Short extract of the program for the trip:

Bucharest 9. October: Museum of Art Collections, National Museum of Art, Dan Nasta Collection of antique rugs and kilims.

Bucharest – Bran – Brasov 10 October: Bran Castle (“Dracula’s Castle”).

Brasov and suroundings 11 October: Hungarian Lutheran Church, The Black Church  where 104 antique rugs are displayed, Fortress of Harman.

Brasov – Sighisoara – Medias – Sibiu 12 October: Sighisoara historical centre, Monastary Church with 40 rugs, The old village Biertan, Evangelical Church, Medias St. Margaret Church.

Sibiu – Sebes – Budapest 13 October : Brukenthal Museum – the famous Holbein rug and other important Lottos.

Budapest 14 October: Museum of Applied Arts, National Hungarian Museum, Castle Museum Nagyteteny.

Budapest 15 October:¬† St. Stephen’s Basilica, Dohany Synagogue, The Old Town, neo-Gothic Parliament.

Budapest 16 October: Departure

More information: www.transylvanianrugs.com

 




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