In Campulung Moldovenesc, besides the Art of Wood Museum, one can also visit the The Wood Spoons Museum, wich I dis for the first time. This is a private collection, and if you've seen the previous post, you can make the difference that this is not a museum handled by the Romanian state and it belongs to someone, because it's really beautifully taken care of... just an aspect I spotted, that's all.
This man has more than 1000 spoons and it was a truly a pleasure checking them all! He also had a spoon from Magadascar that I loved (you can see it down below, with a painting of a man on a boat), but the majority of them all, are traditional Romanian spoon from all the parts of the country. Hope you'll enjoy it as much as I did!