Emil Isac memorial house



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Emil Isac memorial house

Emil Isac, the son of lawyer Aurel (1845-1932) and school teacher Eliza (1854-1922). He made his debut in 1903 with the poem “La umbra plopilor” ( The Shade of Poplar) and was published on the 25th of november in Family magazine . After that he started to collaborate with different publications of the time (“Viata noua” – New Life; “Noua Revista romana” - New romanian Magazine;” Cuvantul Liber “– Free Word). His most famous poems are “Mama” , “Ochi tai albastri” – Your Blue Eyes and “Pe langa apa care trece”- Near the flowing water.
After his death, in 1954, his house was transformed into an museum called “Emil Isac Museum”, wich is made out of 3 big rooms wich are dedicated to his poetic life.


Casa Memoriala Emil Isac

Travel guide :

» Botanical Garden

» The memorial house of Emil Isac

Culture of Cluj:

» Romanian Opera and National Theatre of Cluj-Napoca

» Transylvania State Philharmonic Orchestra

» County Library "Octavian Goga"

Monuments and buildings:

» "Sfântul Mihail " Church

» Reformed Church

» The Orthodox Metropolitan Cathedral of Cluj

» The Calvaria Roman Catholic Church

» The Franciscan Church

» The house and The Statue of Matei Corvin

» The Banffy Palace

» The Bastion

The Gallerz of Art :

» The National Museum of Art

» The History National Museum of Transylvania

» The Ethnographic Museum of Transylvania - with more then 80 years, it`s the largest in Romania

» The Speleologist Museum "Emil Racovita" - the only muzeum dedicated to the memory of the main speleologist of Romania