Parliament Palace

The Parliament Palace, more commonly referred to as the People’s House (Casa Poporului) is the closest thing to the idea of symbol of Bucharest. This bewilderingly monumental structure is the... Parliament Palace

Royal Palace

The history of the Royal Palace goes back to the first half of the 19th century when, on the site of the present Royal Palace, there was a building constructed... Royal Palace

Romanit Palace

The Romanit Palace has been performing the function of headquarters of the Art Collections Museum since 1978. However, before this date, the Romanit Palace was used, for most of its... Romanit Palace

Şuţu Palace

The Şuţu Palace was built between 1833 and 1835, meaning it is part of the historical heritage of Bucharest. It bears the name of one of its original owners, Costache... Şuţu Palace

Cotroceni Palace

The Cotroceni Palace enjoys, when compared with all the other palaces in Bucharest, the most consistent historical background. The nowadays palace was erected in 1888, by order of Prince Carol... Cotroceni Palace

Ghika Tei Palace

The Ghika Tei Palace, also known to the locals of Bucharest as Ghika Palace (alternately spelled Ghica), is an architectural jewel built in a Neoclassical Italian style, and surrounded by... Ghika Tei Palace

Cantacuzino Palace

The Cantacuzino Palace in Bucharest is at present integrated in the tourist circuit of the city by force of the fact it is home to the George Enescu National Museum,... Cantacuzino Palace

Kretzulescu Palace

The present Kretzulescu Palace (also spelled Crețulescu Palace) was built in the early 20th century (1902) under the supervision of Petre Antonescu, commissioned by Elena Crețulescu to rebuild the historical... Kretzulescu Palace

Post Palace

The Post Palace is one of the most monumental buildings in Bucharest. Far from being a fancily decorated structure, the palace strikes by its size and architectural soberness. Its tourist... Post Palace

Şuter Palace

The history of the Şuter Palace has been crossed by glamor since its construction until the present day. Built on the highest natural ground of Bucharest, the Şuter Palace does... Şuter Palace

Victory Palace

The Victory Palace was built between 1937 and 1944 under the supervision of Duiliu Marcu, reputed professor and architect at the time. This monolithic structure which materializes an austere expression... Victory Palace

Commercial Academy Palace

The construction works at the Commercial Academy Palace started in 1916, but they were completed no sooner than 1926, one of the main reasons being the interruption of the works... Commercial Academy Palace

CEC Palace

The institution of the so-called C.E.C. was founded before the construction of the C.E.C. Palace proper. Thus, the institution of this historical savings bank was set up in 1864 by... CEC Palace

Bragadiru Palace

The history of the Bragadiru Palace goes back to the mid 19th century when a local businessman, Dumitru Marinescu, later called Dumitru Marinescu Bragadiru, bought the domain located on the... Bragadiru Palace

Palace of Justice

The Palace of Justice in Bucharest was built between 1890 and 1895, and King Carol I himself attended the opening of the new headquarters of the institution. The neoclassical building... Palace of Justice

Palace of the Chamber of Deputies

The Palace of the Chamber of Deputies was built in the first decade of the 20th century, more precisely between 1906 and 1908, by order of the Romanian state. Initially... Palace of the Chamber of Deputies

Dacia Palace

The Dacia Palace is located at the intersection between the Lipscani Street and the Victory Avenue, two of the most celebrated thoroughfares in Bucharest. The edifice doesn’t necessarily enjoy a... Dacia Palace

Elisabeth Palace

Despite the fact it is not accessible to the visiting public, the Elisabeth Palace is a landmark of Bucharest worth including in the tourist circuit of the city not necessarily... Elisabeth Palace

Ştirbey Palace

The Ştirbey Palace (also spelled Ştirbei Palace) is part of a wider domain which also comprises, next to the palace as such, a wide lawn, a church, a chapel, a... Ştirbey Palace

Mogoşoaia Palace

The Mogoşoaia Palace is not located in Bucharest proper, but some 15 kilometers from the capital. However, by its historical background, cultural significance and leisure opportunities it makes available, it... Mogoşoaia Palace

Palace of the Association of Veterinarians

The Palace of the Association of Veterinarians was built between the two world wars, more precisely, between 1929 and 1932. Constantin Iotzu was in charge with designing the building, and... Palace of the Association of Veterinarians

Palace of the Romanian Youth

The Palace of the Romanian Youth was built in the third decade of the 20th century, more precisely, between 1924 and 1927, but it was put to use only 8... Palace of the Romanian Youth

Telephone Palace

The Telephone Palace is, despite its name, not a classical palatial structure. Neither its architectural contour nor its decorative elements lead visitors to consider the building a palace. However, all... Telephone Palace

Senate Palace

The Senate Palace is one of the most important administrative buildings in Bucharest, its role on the political scene of Romania being on a par with the Parliament Palace, the... Senate Palace

BNR Palace

The BNR Palace (Palace of the National Bank of Romania) is, most certainly, a unique presence in the architectural landscape of Bucharest. First of all, the palace is said to... BNR Palace

Stock Exchange Palace

The Stock Exchange Palace is, at present, the headquarters of the National Library of Romania, the most important and largest of all the libraries in Romania. The building has been... Stock Exchange Palace

Palace of the Society of Public Workers

Located in the vicinity of the U.S.A. Embassy in Bucharest, the Palace of the Society of Public Workers accommodates at present the headquarters of the so-called ArCuB, a cultural institution... Palace of the Society of Public Workers

Palace of the Radio Broadcasting

The Palace of the Radio Broadcasting, commonly referred to as the Radio Hall (Sala Radio) is a megalithic structure in Bucharest, built in the mid 20th century, during the communist... Palace of the Radio Broadcasting

Palace of the National Military Circle

The construction works at the Palace of the National Military Circle were initiated in 1911, but the building was inaugurated no sooner than 1923, an event attended by plenty of... Palace of the National Military Circle

Palace of the Patriarchate

The Palace of the Patriarchate is part of the architectural complex on Dealul Patriarhiei (formerly, Dealul Mitropoliei) in Bucharest. It is the residence of the Patriarch of Romania, a function... Palace of the Patriarchate

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