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The tradition of hunting represents a solid component of the Romanian material and spiritual civilization, its original ad diverse forms of manifestation relying on the richness of the fauna characteristic for the area between the Carpathians, the Danube and the Black Sea. The main elements of hunting mus be sought in the distant past when the pragmatic side of this occupation blended with the toteism of primitive beliefs, in “ an universe dominated by the mystic solidarity between hunter and game “ (Mircea Eliade). A plethora of zoomorphic symbols engendered over the centuries the fabulous Romanian epic world where the mythical element often speaks of hunting adventures. The definition of hunting today cuts across the simple action of subduing the wild beast, implying also the thrill of passion, the rigorous observance of the laws governing human economy and the sensitive mechaniCONCEDIU of nature. Initially conserved for theur alleged magic qualities, used as ornaments or swapped for weaponry or tools, hunting trophies have continued over the centuries to preserve their symbolic value. For the person having obtained such a trophy its significance includes more than strictly material aspect, being doubled by the mysterious throb of memory relived. Beyond their sentimental and aesthetic dimension, hunting trophies – horns, skulls or furs – represent a correct indication of the evolution and biological potential of a certain geographic area. Moreover, they can be involved in hunting competitions, being subject to attentive expert eyes that gauge them according to criteria rigorously worded by the International Hunting and Game Protection Council, established in 1930. One of the members of this organization is Romania. By their participation in numerous international exhibitions of hunting trophies, the Romanian hunters have never ceased to envice their preoccupation with the correct administration of the populations of wild beasts and the conservation of the bio-diversity. The impressive number of medals and the recognition, several times in the past sixty years, of the quality of world record for the most representative species of big game in Europe confirm the special richness of the Romanian fauna. Thus, the celebrated Hesshelmer trophy obtained in the Fagaras Mountains has been holding the absolute record for chamois horns from 1937. Also, this country resumed its world supremacy in brown bear skull trophy in 1997. The opening of the Posada Hunting Museum of the Carpathians, in 1996, throws a bridge to the Romanians’ hunting traditions. Mention should be made here of the fact that the first National Hunting Museum was created in 1931, in the Carol I Gardens of Bucharest. At that time it was the second cultural establishment of this kind in Europe. Unfortunately, after more than ten years the museum as well as its priceless collection, was destroyed by a fire. The Hunting Museum of Posada displays, in a most adequate arrangement, varied hunting exhibits, including impressive collections of trophies, works of arts, specific hunting tools characteristic for several stages of human development. True galleries of art, the halls of the museum catch the visitor’s eyes both thanks to the considerable number of exhibits and the distinct personality of each piece, from the ebony and ivory forest of roe deer and stag horns, to the comprehensive panoply of wild boar fangs or the harmonious, rich pearly quality and colour contrast of roebuck horns. From the category of predators stand out the furs of wolf, lynx, bob cat and, above all, bear, giving an inkling of the vigour and number of these populations of wild animals. The art of hunting finds thus a formidable expression in the Hunting Museum of Posada that puts forth numerous assets of this occupation in Romania against a backdrop of genuine aesthetic and cultural emotion.











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