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Timisoara Orthodox Metropolitan Cathedral

The Timișoara Orthodox Metropolitan Cathedral (Catedrala Mitropolitană din Timișoara) is an early 20th-century Neo-Moldavian style Orthodox church located in Timisoara, Romania. The Orthodox...

Village Museum, Bucharest

The Village Museum (Romanian: Muzeul Satului) is an ethnographic open-air museum, one of the greatest museums on the Balkans, showcasing traditional Romanian village life. The museum extends to over...

Palace of National Military Circle

Built 1911 in French neoclassical style by the Romanian architect Dimitrie Maimarolu The Palace of National Military Circle is also known as the Officers’ Circle Palace...

Royal Palace of Bucharest

The Royal Palace (Romanian: Palatul Regal) of Bucharest is a monumental building in Bucharest, Romania, situated on Celea Victoriei, known as The Palace of the Republic. All through its history, the...

Mogoșoaia Palace

Mogoșoaia Palace (Romanian: Palatul Mogoșoaia) is situated about 10 kilometers from Bucharest, Romania. It was built between 1698-1702 by Constantine Brancoveanu, Prince of Wallachia, in what is...

The Arch of Triumph in Bucharest

The Arch of Triumph (Romanian: Arcul de Triumf) is a triumphal arch, located in the northern part of Bucharest, on the Kiseleff Road.  Bucharest’s Arc de Triumf was raised to...

Romanian Athenaeum

Built between 1886 and 1888 on the foundation of a former American circus the Romanian Athenaeum (Romanian: Ateneul Român) is a celebrated symbol of the national culture, a prominent...

Palace of Culture, Ploiesti

The Palace of Culture (Romanian: Palatul Culturii) is one of the most symbolic buildings of Ploieşti, Prahova County, Romania. Built in French neoclassical style on the basis of the documentation of...

Victoria Palace, Bucharest

Designed in 1937 by the Romanian architect Duiliu Marcu to house the Foreign Ministry Victoria Palace (Romanian: Palatul Victoria) is a building on the very large Victory...

Constanța Casino

Located on a cliffside, overlooking the ancient port of Constanța – the largest city of the region – Constanța Casino (Romanian: Cazinoul din Constanța), historically known as...

Sinaia Casino

Sinaia Casino is located in Sinaia, Prahova County, Romania and it was built by the initiative of King Carol I of Romania. After King Carol chose Sinaia as summer residence of the Royal Family...

Mihai Eminescu Memorial House

Mihai Eminescu Memorial House is a house, located in the village of Ipoteşti, Botoșani County, where the Romanian national poet Mihai Eminescu spent his childhood. Mihai Eminescu born as Mihail...

Prison Doftana, Muntenia

Doftana is a Romanian prison, known as The Romanian Bastille. It is located close to a village with the same name in Telega commune of Prahova County, at the foot of the Carpathian Mountains. Shaped...

Palace of Culture, Iași

The Palace of Culture (Palatul Culturii) is an edifice, located in Iași, Romania. The building served as a Administrative and justice palace until 1955, when it’s destination was changed, being...