Address: Ștefan cel Mare Square, no. 1-3, Cluj-Napoca
Phone: (004) 0264-596.981
Schedule: Monday-Friday 10:00-17:00
The permanent exhibition of the «Marshal Constantin Prezan» Military Museum, the «Transylvania» Branch of the «King Ferdinand I» National Military Museum, presents the history of the Transylvania region and its military evolution from antiquity, the Middle Ages and the modern period to the present day. The collection totals over 300 heritage objects and photo panels, four rooms being dedicated to the activity of the 4th «Gemina» Infantry Division and its missions in the international theaters of operations.
Also highlighted are the personalities of Marshal Constantin Prezan, the first commander of the 4th (Northern) Army in 1916 and of Generals Gheorghe Avramescu and Nicolae Dascălescu, both commanders of the same Army Corps in the Second World War.
For the hall dedicated to the ancient period, the Museum’s specialists collaborated with those of the National Museum of Transylvania in Cluj-Napoca regarding the theme of ideas and objects.