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Obiective Turistice in Bucuresti

Obiective Turistice in Bucuresti

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Romania’s National Art Museum (The National Museum of Art of Romania hosts three art galleries—with over 70.

000 pieces— and has a short, but impressive royal past. The European Art Gallery, the Romanian Medieval Art Gallery and the Romanian Modern Art Gallery bring together art works exhibited in an attractive, modern manner, thus turning a visit to the museum into an enjoya-ble and instructive way of spending time). Romanian Athenaeum (A symbol-building of our national culture, the Athenaeum was built in the heart of Bucharest, 120 years ago, between 1886-1888. The Athenaeum is not just an important building for the universal heritage, representative with its architecture for Romania and the Balkans, but also a symbol of the Romanian spiritual tradition.). CEC Palace (one of the most beautiful edifices in Bucharest, with a delightful Renaissance architectural style. The palace is built in eclectic style and it ends with a dome of glass and metal. Interior works were painted during 1900-1913 by Mihail Simonide). National History Museum of Romania (with over 50,000 pieces of great value, illustrates the development of human society in our country) Stavropoleos Church (built in 1724 - 1730 thanks to the care of Greek Archimandrite Ioanichie, is famous for the rich and supple decorative stone lattices) Curtea Veche Voievodal Palace (built in 15th Century, the first voievodal palace in Bucharest was constructed by order of Vlad Tepes, the historical figure that provided inspiration for Dracula in Bram Stoker’s novel of the same name) Parliament Palace (the greatest administrative construction in Europe, with an area that ranks him second in the world (after the Pentagon) and with a volume that places it third place in the world (after Cape Canaveral building - U.S. and Quetzalcoatl pyramids – Mexico) Old Center of Bucharest (Lipscani) Antipa Museum Village Museum (one of the most interesting ethnographical parks in open air in the world) Peasant Museum (Owner of a very rich collection of objects, housed in a historic edifice, built in neo-Romanian style. Being such a special museum in 1996 it had the honor to receive the EMYA award trophy - European Museum of the Year Award) Cotroceni Palace (built in 1893 according to French architect Paul Gottereau’s plans as the permanent residence of Crown Prince Ferdinand, is now in the heritage of the presidential institution)

Ghica Palace (built in 1822 at the order of Prince Grigore Dimitrie Ghica. is an imposing edifice. today houses the Museum of Ceramics and Glass) Cantacuzino Palace (built between 1898 and 1900 in French baroque style. now houses the George Enescu Museum) Shopping One of the most popular shopping districts is Baneasa Mall. country representative for the Romanian neo-classical style) Stirbei Palace (built in 1835 in neoclassical style according to the French architect Sanjouand’s plans. located in the North of Bucharest Afi Palace Cotroceni Mall – not only a shopping center but a true day and night destination for shopping and relaxation .

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