Alexei Mateevici museum at Moldova houses all the immortal creations of this poet. Some of the major works of this poet include, "Our ancient publications", "When and How Moldavians became Christians" and others. The works of the Russian writers Lermontov, Pushkin and Tutcev were also translated by him. This poet was also acquainted with various religious books and folklores. This great poet earned a huge fame after his poem "Limba noastra". Today it is the national anthem of the country of Moldova. The Moldova Alexei Mateevici Museum has a huge yard filled with a number of trees and flowering plants.
The museum was inaugurated on the 26th of March 1988 at the one hundredth anniversary of this great poet. There are three exhibition rooms in this museum. Out of these six rooms, three of them are memorials. The museum displays the writings, the books belonging to the 19th and the 20th centuries, sculptures, furniture and the regular household materials used by this poet. The other popular parts of this museum include a church built by his father and the primary school where the poet received his education. One can also take a look at the house where the poet lived with his parents during the period 1893 to 1907. You can also take a look at the grave of the poet's father in the yard of the church.