Romanian Athenaeum

The Romanian Athenaeum, dubbed the Romanian temple of arts, is an architectural jewel the uniqueness and merits of which have been acknowledged by the fact the building was classified a... Romanian Athenaeum

Triumphal Arch

The Triumphal Arch (Arcul de Triumf) of Bucharest, which is located on the Kiseleff Street, was declared a historical monument in 2004. It is one of the most notable landmarks... Triumphal Arch

Manuc’s Inn

The Manuc’s Inn is a historical monument which brightens up the somewhat dull architectural patrimony of the Union Square. The edifice is not located within the square proper, but just... Manuc’s Inn

Paucescu House

In a certain way, the Paucescu House is a sort of symbolic landmark of Bucharest. Defined as a place which embraces all contrasts, Bucharest combines the grayish feature of its... Paucescu House

House of the Free Press

The House of the Free Press (Casa Presei Libere), formerly called Casa Scânteii, is one of the landmarks of Bucharest reminiscent of the communist regime. The edifice was built during... House of the Free Press

Palace Hall

The Palace Hall is one of the most important concert halls in Bucharest. The name of the building comes from its neighboring on the Royal Palace (where the National Museum... Palace Hall

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