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 great tourist visibility, being overshadowed by its more famous counterparts in Bucharest. However, an interesting historical reference is this building was the headquarters of the editorial board of the Time (Timpul), a 19th century newspaper, of which Mihai Eminescu himself was part for several years.

The Dacia Palace is not included in the tourist circuit of the city only by force of this historical reference, but also due to the fact it is a historical monument embellished with decorations which call forth the gracefulness of the Renaissance. A medallion rendering the face of Mihai Eminescu evokes not only the times when the poet used to work here, but also his major contribution to the history of the Romanian literature.

Dacia Palace (Palatul Dacia)
14, Calea Victoriei, Bucharest, Romania

14, Calea Victoriei, Bucharest, Romania

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