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TO DO IN “UNIRII SQUARE” BUCHAREST

“UNIRII SQUARE” BUCHAREST – THE CENTER OF THE ROMANIAN CAPITAL, ALSO KNOWN AS UNIFICATION SQUARE

Unirii Square in Bucharest is a religious, communist, post-modernist and modernist architectural puzzle. So you have lots of things to do and to see in Unification Square and around or Unirii Square as it is well known. And if you need someone to tell you more about this place, don’t ask about Unification Square! Just ask about how can you get to Unirii Square.

In Bucharest almost everybody speaks English, French, even German or other languages…

but the Unification Square term is almost unknown to many of the inhabitants, so use Unirii Square. Let’s see now what to do in Unirii Square Bucharest.

TO DO IN UNIRII SQUARE BUCHAREST

What to do in Unirii Square Bucharest

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Description: Palace of Parliament or House of People is a main attraction in Unirii Square Bucharest

ROMANIAN ORTHODOX PATRIARCHY HEADQUARTERS IN “UNIRII SQUARE” BUCHAREST

You can start, in the morning, while visiting “Unirii Square” in Bucharest with the Patriarchy Hill where is the center of orthodoxy and the Patriarchy Palace. It was here where in the morning of January 24th 1859 the unification of Moldavia and the Romanian Country was decided by electing the same man, Alexandru Ioan Cuza to rule both countries. It is one of reasons Unirii Square is kind of center of Bucharest.

PATRHIARCHY UNIRII SQUARE BUCHAREST

Visit the Patriarchy Hill near Unirii Square Bucharest

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Description: Romanian Patriarchy is near Unirii Square Bucharest

HISTORY OF “UNIRII SQUARE” BUCHAREST

Thus the first union between Romania and Moldavia was done to last. Visiting this place is quite something to do when you decide to visit the Unirii Square in Bucharest.

PATRIARCHY BUILDING AND ENTRANCE NEAR UNIRII SQUARE BUCHAREST

History of Patriarchy Hill near Unirii Square                                         Bucharest

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Description: Romanian Orthodox Patriarchy near Unirii Square Bucharest

“UNIRII SQUARE” IN BUCHAREST AND PEOPLE SALVATION CATHEDRAL, ANOTHER MUST VISIT PLACE IN ROMANIA

This religious and historical complex became the headquarters of the Romanian Patriarchy immediately after War World I. You will enjoy the silence of the hill and the view from the building complex. And it is just a few steps from Unirii Square in Bucharest. It is here where the high priests decided in the 90s that Romania and Bucharest needed a CATHEDRAL FOR PEOPLE’S SALVATION. People Salvation Cathedral will be finished in the following 3 or 4 years and it will be one of the biggest cathedrals in Europe just near one of the biggest civil structures in the world, The Palace of Parliament.

PATRIARCHY HEADQUARTERS BUCHAREST PHOTO

Headquarters of Romanian Orthodox Patriarchy

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Description: Patriarchy Headquarters in Unirii Square Bucharest

“UNIRII SQUARE” BUCHAREST NAMES IN TIME

Something to remember is that Unirii Square Bucharest name was June 8 Square, Nation’s Square or March 28 Square or even September 26 Square during Ion Antonescu’s dictatorship in the 40s.

UNIRII SQUARE BUCHAREST FOUNTAINS

Unirii Square Bucharest history

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Photographed In: Unirii Square or Unification Square Bucharest
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Description: Palace of Parliament near Unirii Square Bucharest

AROUND “UNIRII SQUARE” AREA IN BUCHAREST. WHAT ELSE CAN YOU VISIT IN THE CENTER OF THE CAPITAL

Now what is around Unirii Square Bucharest? If you have a reservation( make sure to announce your arrival at least two days before), go straight to the Romanian most hated place, or loved by some of them. It is called The House of the People or ROMANIAN PALACE OF PARLIAMENT and it measures 270 m by 240 m, 86 m high and 92 m under the ground. Total costs were estimated at 3.5 billions euros and it is, according to World Record Academy, the most expensive administrative building in the world.

UNIRII SQUARE AND THE PARLIAMENT IN BUCHAREST

Romanian Palace of Parliament near Unirii Square

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Description: House of People near Unirii Square Bucharest

FROM “UNIRII SQUARE” TO ENTIRE BUCHAREST

Another thing to do in Unirii Square in Bucharest, is to walk to the House of the People or take a bus from the Unirii Square, at the foot of the Patriarchy Hill. Make sure you have an ID card necessary for access. Take the full tour to see the monumental halls but also the part of the underground of the building and also the great view from the terrace with BUCHAREST CITY TOUR.

BUCHAREST CITY TOUR UNIRII SQUARE

Bucharest city tour bus

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Description: Bucharest city tour starts from Unirii Square Bucharest

“UNIRII SQUARE” AND NATIONAL HISTORY MUSEUM

You need lunch now. Leave the House of the People area and get to the United Nation Square, then on Victory Avenue until you find, walking the BUCHAREST NATIONAL HISTORY MUSEUM and the CEC Building. There is also the famous Caru cu bere restaurant where you can have lunch. Don’t forget, inside the National History Museum you can see very interesting things, like the golden crowns of the Romanian Queens and Kings.

TO SEE NEAR UNIRII SQUARE BUCHAREST – THE CROWNS

Crowns of Romania kings and queens at National History Museum                                                     Bucharest

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Description: History Museum close to Unirii Square Bucharest

LUNCH IN BUCHAREST, NEAR UNIRII SQUARE

So, in the after-noon you can visit the National History Museum of Romania, STAVROPOLEOS CHURCH which is just beside Caru cu Bere or you can simply make few steps and go to eat at Manuc’s Inn or in Romanian Hanul lui Manuc.

HANUL MANUC UNIRII SQUARE BUCHAREST

Manuc’s Inn Bucharest near Unirii Square

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Description: Manuc’s Inn is one of the main attractions near Unirii Square Bucharest

FIND DRACULA NEAR “UNIRII SQUARE” BUCHAREST

…and, of course, the French Street, with the Royal Court, or the ruins of the Royal Court, strongly known for Vlad Dracula, one of the most famous Romanian rulers and the first who wrote an official document about Bucharest. The OLD COURT OF DRACULA was, in fact, a castle fortified by Vlad the Impaler between 1456 and 1462. The ruins you can see today, near Unirii Square in Bucharest were built by the lord Mircea Ciobanu who kept the existing structures one hundred years after.

DRACULA IN UNIRII SQUARE BUCHAREST

Dracula’s castle near Unirii Square

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Description: Dracula Old Court near Unirii Square Bucharest

THE OLD TOWN OF BUCHAREST IS QUITE NEAR UNIRII SQUARE

In the area of the Old Town in Bucharest, there are a lot of children behaving strangely in order to caught your attention. They want money after all. Yet, here are also the ruins of the ancient landlords’ courts.

UNIRII SQUARE OLD CITY BUCHAREST

Old Town of Bucharest

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Description: Old City is close to Unirii Square Bucharest

SHOPPING IN “UNIRII SQUARE” BUCHAREST

You can finish your visiting Unirii Square day at shopping in Unirii Shopping Center…All the international brands are inside waiting for you. Yet, be smart. There are many other places where you can also find interesting and cheap things to buy in Bucharest. Learn more on SHOPPING IN BUCHAREST.

SHOPPING IN UNIRII SQUARE BUCHAREST

Shopping in Unirii Square Bucharest

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Description: Shopping in Unirii Square Bucharest

…and, then, go to dinner in the Old City where you can also have a lot of fun until morning if you wish at the best bars and pubs in town. Don’t miss Macca-Villacrosse pasage which has great bars and pubs, was built in 1891 and is also known now as the Valley of the Kings from a fine restaurant name hosted in the passage.

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