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Postcards from Romania
The Museum of Natural History  (1906)
The Museum of Natural History
The "Grigore Antipa" Museum of Natural History is structured on three levels (basement, ground flour and storey); the show cases cover a surface of about 1,800 sq. metres. Displayed in the main hall of the building is a Deinoterium gigantissimum, the largest elephant ever found in the world, discovered  in 1896 in Moldavia.