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Attractions in Tulcea

Danube Delta Natural History Museum

32 Progresului Street

(240) 515.866

Visitors will be able to find out more about the region's flora and fauna, plus the traditional way of life of the Danube Delta's fishermen. The museum also has a live fish collection that includes local prey and domestic species from lakes, rivers and seas, as well as exotic species from Latin America, South America (northern part), southwest Asia and central Africa.

Art Museum

2 Grigore Antipa Street

(240) 513.249

Over 700 glass and wooden icons, as well as an interesting collection of vanguard paintings and sculptures by some of Romania's prominent artists such as Nicolae Tonitza, Theodor Pallady, or Nicolae Grigorescu can be admired here.

Folk Art & Ethnographic Museum

2 9 Mai Street

The museum boasts a fantastic ethnographic collection that comprises agricultural and fishing tools along with a folk art collection of household and decorative fabrics, traditional costumes and jewelry.

History and Archaeology Museum

Gloriei Street

The museum presents the history of the northern Dobrogea region, from ancient times to the medieval age, through a collection of about 90,000 archaeological objects, numismatic pieces and old documents organized in special collections which include ceramics, bronzes, sculptural and epigraphic pieces, jewels and paleo-Christian objects.

St. Nicholas Cathedral

Tulcea city centre, at the cross of Frumoasa Street, Babadag Street and Progresului Street

It is a monumental building made of stone and brick, and it is 30 metres tall. Its architecture is in Byzantine style with three towers: two in front and the third is bigger and it is situated in the middle. Inside, the cell is made of 15 bolts on eight massive poles made of stone and brick. The paintings, in Renascent style, are signed by painter and professor D. Marinescu, from the School of Art Bucharest, and was made between 1905 and 1906.