ROMANIAN AND FOREIGN COINS AND BANKNOTES IN THE  TULCEA MUSEUM COLLECTION

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The temporary exhibition named ROMANIAN AND FOREIGN COINS AND BANKNOTES IN THE  TULCEA MUSEUM COLLECTION, opened on Friday, March 27 at the Museum of History and Archaeology located in the Independence Monument Park has as purpose to highlight  the evolution of the Romanian leu in the period between 1866 and 1947 and to present the foreign coins / banknotes which circulated in Romania at that time.

The exhibits show the Romanian leu progress: the first attempts during the reign of Alexandru Ioan Cuza and then the Kings period: Carol I, Ferdinand, Charles II and Michael I of Romania.

Regarding foreign coins and banknotes, the public may watch coins and banknotes from countries such as Austria, Austro-Hungarian Empire, Hungary, Czechoslovakia, Greece, Germany, France, Bulgaria, Russia, Ukraine, Yugoslavia, Serbia, Turkey, Poland.