The villa was owned by an old Romanian family, whose history starts in the XV century. Irina and Elena Golescu have donated the property to Pro Patrimonio, including old furniture, small objects and rugs. Built in 1910 by their father, the villa is a beautiful example of the neo-romanian style of the region and it has survived the wars...
Petre P. Carp manor house, situated in Tibanesti, was built at the end of the 17th century. Just like the park and the family’s mausoleum, the manor house was probably projected by Gustave Eiffel, forming an architectural and historical protected heritage ensemble, in the hilly area of Moldavia, 50 km south of Iasi. Under the guidance of a French compagnon,...
The programme “60 wooden churches” is carried out in association with the Romanian Order of Architects and the Pro Patrimonio Foundation. Its objective is to save and preserve the rural heritage from northern Oltenia and southern Transylvania. It consists of wooden cemetery churches, partially or completely abandoned, all of which are classified as historic monuments, dating from the 17th...
Bucharest has been nominated on the World’s Monuments Watch List 2016, as one of the most endangered architectural sites in the world. For two year, Pro Patrimonio, together with Pro.Do.Mo, Calup, ARCEN and Wolfhouse Productions will implement a programme to raise awareness.
Every year, Pro Patrimonio organizes activities and workshops for children. In collaboration with Artcrowd, we invite young adventurers to discover the meaning of heritage and why this is important for our history and identity. In collaboration with Artcrowd and other organizations and volunteers, we invite young adventurers to discover the meaning of heritage and why this is important for our history...