8.11.2019 - 26.04.2020
The result of the collaboration between the National Museum of Romanian History and the Romanian Cultural Institute, the Roots, the civilisations of the Lower Danube exhibition showcases the roots of our contemporary world through more than 300 pre-historical pieces.
Pottery, anthropomorphic figurines, gold decorations and copper or bronze weaponry underscore the symbolic revolution that took place during the Neolithic Period, followed by the Bronze Age.
This exhibition invites us to consider the way methods of representation were revolutionised, which can be seen in art and traditions, and, as a result, to reflect on the notion that mankind is forged by the role it plays in the world.
To discover in Grand Curtius museum.
Monday > sunday : 10h – 18h.
Closed: Tuesday & 11/11 – 25/12 – 1/01
Adults : 10 €
Seniors (+65 ans) : 8 €
Groupes (min. 8 pers.) : 8 €
Art. 27 : 1,25 €
< 26 years : 1 € (with id card)
Get a 50% discount on the entrance to the exhibition by participating to the visit of the city center of Liège of the visit of the palace of the prince-bishop!
Access to the Grand Curtius permanent collections and the “Dacia Felix” exhibition at the Gallo-Romeins Museum in Tongeren.
Légende de la photo : Le penseur et la femme assise. Cernavoda Région de Constanta, Néolitique, Culture Hamangia. Terre cuite - Propriétaire : Musée national d'Histoire de Roumanie