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A fascinating encounter with six peoples of classical antiquity

The Gallo-Roman Museum reopens on Friday 29 May. As of then, it will be possible to visit the temporary exhibition ‘Dacia Felix’, which runs until 2 August.

Visits to the museum are by reservation only. Time slots can be reserved after Wednesday 27 May, by telephone or on the museum website. Tickets are purchased at the counter, by card payment only.

More practical information about your visit can be found on the museum website .

Felix [Lat. (happy, fruitful, blessed)]

In 106 AD, the Romans added a new province to their already vast Empire: Dacia! It was located in what is today Romania, former homeland of the Dacians and Getae. For one time only, their magnificent gold and silver treasures are displayed in Belgium, in an atmospheric setting with grand images of spectacular landscapes

Romania has always been a cultural crossroads, once home to not only the Romans but also the Greeks, the Scythians and the Celts. What brought them to the region? What can we tell from their interactions with the locals? Embark on a journey, ever deeper in time, and discover everything there is to know about this period in history. A fascinating exhibition for the entire family!

You can visit this exhibition with the MuseumPASS

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