Romania's main natural history museum is the Grigor Antipa National Museum of Natural History. It is named after a prominent biologist who reached the North Pole as the first Romanian. An vast butterfly collection, a hall devoted to the Black Sea and dinosaur fossils are highlights. The museum is perfect for youth, with some two million items, and it has immersive exhibits.
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