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The permanent exhibition of the History Museum is located in the building situated in Ştefan cel Mare street, no. 33 in Suceava. Built at the beginning of the 20th century, the building, historic monument preserves its facede almost unchanged. The interior underwent numerous changes in the course of time, especially since it became the headquarters of the History Museum. The construction which hosted the former Prefecture during the Austrian period has been transformed in order to be used as museum, the last changes being made between 2014 and 2016, within the European project A heritage building –a museum for the 3rd millenium.

The new permanent exhibition of the History Museum was inaugurated on the 31st of July 2016, in the same location, at the first floor, as the previous exhibition. The new presentation is based on the local history, reflected in the multiple archaeological discoveries made in the course of time, but also in the multiple events, which had as central evolution place, the present territory of Suceava county. The multiple exhibited heritage objects are explained within their historical context with the help of the touchscreens which exist in the entire exhibition, completing the knowledge of the visitors eager to find new information.

Although the basis of the permanent exhibition is the local history, this cannot be understood outside our national history and general European background: for over a century and a half Suceava has been the residence of Moldavia’s rulers. The loss of this statute, when the city of Iaşi becomes ”the new capital” lead to the fall of Suceava’s importance and to the damage of the existing monuments. The Austrian occupation  meant the separation of the northern part of Moldavia from the history of this Romanian historical province. The union of Bukovina with Great Romania brought to other necessary changes for the consolidation of the new state. The two world wars, the communist regime meant hardships for the local population in this period.

The presentation of history in the permanent exhibition ends in the year 1989 with the anticommunist demonstrations carried at Suceava in December 1989.

The permanent exhibition of the History Museum is displayed cronologically, in 27 halls, from the oldest archaeological discoveries, dating from Lower Palaeolithic discovered at Ripiceni (Botoşani county) until the revolution of 1989. The largest part of the exhibition is owed to the archaeological discoveries, starting from hall no.1 until hall no.15, inclusively. The archaologists laid stress on events which took place over the history with the help of the most spectacular objects discovered, where each object may tell a story: ornaments, weapons, coins, vessels, archaeological textiles, etc.

Virtual tour “Through Suceava in 1900”- the visitors have the opportunity to see the old architecture of Suceava systematically destroyed during the communist period.

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Conform HG 1.130 – Hotărâre pentru modificarea anexelor nr. 2 și 3 la Hotărârea Guvernului nr. 1.090/2021 privind prelungirea stării de alertă pe teritoriul României, precum și stabilirea măsurilor care se aplică pe durata acesteia pentru prevenirea și combaterea efectelor pandemiei de COVID-19,

 începând cu data de 25 octombrie 2021

(4) Accesul persoanelor, cu excepția angajaților, în incintele instituțiilor publice centrale și locale, regiilor autonome și operatorilor economici cu capital public este permis doar celor care fac dovada vaccinării împotriva virusului SARS-CoV-2 și pentru care au trecut 10 zile de la finalizarea schemei complete de vaccinare, care prezintă rezultatul negativ al unui test RTPCR pentru infecția cu virusul SARS-CoV-2 nu mai vechi de 72 de ore sau rezultatul negativ certificat al unui test antigen rapid pentru infecția cu virusul SARS-CoV-2 nu mai vechi de 48 de ore, respectiv care se află în perioada cuprinsă între a 15-a zi și a 180-a zi ulterioară confirmării infectării cu virusul SARS-CoV-2.

Măsurile prezentate nu se aplică în cazul persoanelor care au vârsta mai mică sau egală cu 12 ani și sunt însoțite de o persoană cu vârsta mai mare de 18 ani și care face dovada vaccinării împotriva virusului SARS-CoV-2 și pentru care au trecut 10 zile de la finalizarea schemei complete de vaccinare, respectiv care se află în perioada cuprinsă între a 15-a zi și a 180-a zi ulterioară confirmării infectării cu virusul SARS-CoV-2.

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