Out of passion for beauty and the desire to preserve the tradition of the Romanian village, to carry on our customs, traditions, we managed to gather an impressive collection of authentic folk costumes, art objects, paintings, in a location in Vama Buzaului.
We are ready to welcome all those who want to visit us and to whom we can show what Romanian folk tradition means, the beauty of the household setting in the middle of nature, unchanged too much by man.
Gospodaria Lui Nea Ion
A place charged with history, by the setting, the effort of keeping traditions and customs of our ancestors, life experiences of people in the Romanian village, all this apparently make time stop its flow.
It bears the name of a brave farmer in the commune, Ion Anghel (unfortunately, deceased), former beekeeper, carpenter and hunter, beside him, being Maria, his wife, a savvy seamstress who can tell you how life was in the village, in the past, what the peasants used to do and her fellow men’s lives.
The descendants of the two inherited their love for the beauty of life in the village, for the old, authentic objects of the household, in the village, and started this ambitious project to offer the tourists the opportunity to fill their souls with joy, remembrance for those who have tasted life in the country, when they cross their threshold.