Tag (archive title) historical buildings

NATIONAL MILITARY CIRCLE

MUSEUM OF THE MILITARY FORCES THE MILITARY CIRCLE IN BUCHAREST The National military circle in Bucharest is an administrative building but it also houses a restaurant and a museum. It is a beautiful, wide enough palace on Victory Avenue, near The University of Bucharest. Also, in the same building housing the restaurant and the museum,
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NATIONAL BANK OF ROMANIA BUCHAREST

HEADQUARTERS OF NATIONAL BANK ROMANIA NATIONAL BANK IS A HIGHLIGHT IN OLD CITY OF  BUCHAREST The National Bank of Romania in Bucharest can be seen while you will be walking in the Old City, close to Victory Avenue. HEADQUARTERS OF NATIONAL BANK By: Bucharest Travel Photographed In: Bucharest, Romania Date Uploaded:2016-04-16 Description: National Bank of
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BUCHAREST CEC PALACE

SEE THE CEC HISTORICAL BUILDING ON VICTORY AVENUE CEC Palace in Bucharest is to be seen on Victory Avenue. It is, in fact, a highlight of the old boulevard called the Great Street known as the center of the capital since the 18th century. CEC Palace is near ZLATARI CHURCH, near Victory Store, another Bucharest highlight
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THEODOR AMAN MUSEUM IN BUCHAREST

THEODOR AMAN MEMORIAL AND MUSEUM IN BUCHAREST FAMOUS PAINTINGS TO SEE IN ROMANIAN CAPITAL Theodor Aman Museum in Bucharest is one of the oldest memorial museums in the Romanian capital. It was the artist’s dream his home to become a museum, although he couldn’t arrange that during his life. The building was architect Franz Scheller’s
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STORK EXHIBIT BUCHAREST MUSEUM

STORCK FAMILY EXHIBITIONS THE ARTISTS THAT CHANGED THE FACE OF BUCHAREST Frederic Storck and Cecilia Cutescu Storck Museum in Bucharest was opened in 1951 for the public to see not only the artists’ masterpieces but also their home. For it is in the house they lived where their works, sculptures and paintings are exhibited. STORCK
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George Enescu Museum in Bucharest, Romania

MUSEUM DEDICATED TO GEORGE ENESCU THE HOUSE WHERE ENESCU LIVED AND CREATED IN BUCHAREST George Enescu National Museum is a palace on Victory Avenue where the great composer lived and created until his death in 1955. The house where the great composer lived is behind to palace which has been known as The House with
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BUCHAREST ART MUSEUM

THE ROYAL PALACE A GREAT ART MUSEUM TO VISIT IN BUCHAREST The National Art Museum in Bucharest, or the Royal Palace in Bucharest was built by King Carol II on the ruins of a building that belonged to King Carol I. It was, from the beginning, the Royal Palace. The first building appeared in the
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ZLATARI CHURCH BUCHAREST, ROMANIA

THE CHURCH WHERE MIRACLES COME TRUE ZLATARI WORSHIP PLACE IN BUCHAREST Zlatari Church in Bucharest has a very interesting story. This worship place in Bucharest houses the right hand of Saint Cyprian of Antiochia, Syria. He was a pagan in 300 A.D. and also a wizard. A young man in love with a young faithful woman,
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OLD CHURCH IN OLD CITY BUCHAREST

OR SAINT ANTON CHURCH AN OLD WORSHIP PLACE IN BUCHAREST The Old Court Church in Bucharest, also known as St. Anton Church is the oldest church in the Romanian Capital. It was built at about 1350 by Vladislav I Vlaicu, one of the rules of Romanian Country at the time. According to other sources, The
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KRETULESCU CHURCH PAINTINGS

VISIT KRETZULESCU CHURCH A BEAUTIFUL WORSHIP PLACE TO SEE IN BUCHAREST Kretzulescu Church in Bucharest is an architectural masterpiece from the late 18th century, Brancoveanu building style. During the communist epoch, Kretzulescu church was proposed for being demolished. Only a few architects tried and succeeded in stopping this, so that we can still visit it today. VISIT
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