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– Fri. The Opera house, in 1953, completed, is worth a visit, not only for its brilliant achievements, but also for the spacious interior. 10 am – 6 pm, Sat. Many of the 18 and 19th century palaces and mansions now house elegant beaux-arts casinos, where blackjack, poker, craps, roulette, baccarat and other games of chance, can play dine on sumptuous buffets and dance all night to live music. 10 a.m. Follow its U-shape back to Calea Victoriei and go South a block, the beginning of Strada Lipscani. Magheru 20, Bucharest Tel: 021 659.38.25 Open: Mon. The most valuable exhibits are the document, for the first time, the name of the city of Bucharest, issued by Vlad Tepes in 1459, and a sword set in precious stones, the Prince Constantin Brancoveanu (1688-1714). There are several art galleries, including two at the National theatre, beside the high-rise Intercontinental Hotel. The highlight is the National Treasury hall, where the guests, a fireworks display of some 3,000 gold items, including jewelry and valuable Neolithic artifacts. Today it houses the Romanian Parliament, Bucharest International Conference Centre, and Romnaia Museum of Modern art.. – 2 p.m.; sun Closed. The Oriental hall, the Norwegian Hall and the Queen’s chamber are almost unchanged from the original design and are worth a visit. Only the walls and towers still stand from the original fortress is located in the vicinity of Poienari village, close to the Transfagarasan highway through the Fagaras mountains (Transylvanian Alps). Known worldwide for its outstanding acoustics, it is Bucharest in the most prestigious concert hall and the headquarters of the Romanian George Enescu Philharmonic. Here you can read manuscripts, old Botanical research devices and a collection of artifacts from plant materials. Their number would increase significantly before the end of the century, almost each with its own Rabbi and cult performers. A variety of woods, both native (oak, maple, cherry, walnut) and exotic (mahogany, rosewood, African pear, Canadian cherry), were used for buildings and decorations. It was at this stage that Nicolae Ceausescu and his vision of a versatile, developed socialist society would provide
Spread throughout the 41 rooms, the exhibits recount the country’s development from prehistoric times to the 20th century. Century. It is the most complete collection of Romanian works of art in the country and possibly the world. This underground passage to cross, the easiest place to the boulevards, rather than deal with traffic.. Following Strada Iuliu Maniu East, you come to the remains of the Curtea Veche (Old Princely court), the real Prince Dracula and his Princely Church, the oldest in Bucharest.
- Nicolae Balcescu 2 Tel: 021 315.85.08 Is located in the vicinity of the National theatre, this bar is filled with students, artists, musicians and young professionals.
- The building is a smaller replica of the Lomonosov University in Moscow – Russia (inaugurated in 1953).
- The mix of nationalities and cultures is reflected in the hodgepodge of architectural styles, from Baroque to neoclassical, art Nouveau.
- Deviations from the routes as you want, because you will surely find other interesting places along the way, are not mentioned here.
Casinos. The access to the fortress, towers to climb on a cliff, high above the surrounding area, requires a 1,462-step staircase. With space for more than 3,500 spectators, Bucharest’s circus continues to host excellent performances, both local and touring.
Exhibits of agricultural tools, carpets, icons, furniture, photographs and films build up a complete picture of Romanian folk culture. Equally impressive, the costume collection comprises almost 20,000 traditional folk costumes, some Dating back to the beginning of the 19th century, giving visitors a glimpse into the styles and traditions of the Romanian peasants. The original wall paintings have been preserved, including a painting showing Constantin Brancoveanu with his wife, Maria, and their four sons and seven daughters, all of the king wearing clothes. Around 150 paintings and 250 sculptures await you in the beautiful Storck residence, built in 1913 by a French architect after the plans of Frederick Storck. The square brings some remarkable architectural masterpieces on each of its four corners, starting with the University of Bucharest, School of Architecture, the Bucharest National theatre, the neoclassical Coltea hospital and its lovely Church (1702-1794) and the Sutu Palace, now home to the Bucharest history Museum.. Do not draw unnecessary attention to your person, money or jewelry and pay attention to pickpockets and scammers. The street is filled with stores with clothes, sidewalk vendors, pastry shops, cinemas, stationary stores (factory), and crystal shops. The arch at the entrance, with its Corinthian columns, is a highlight of any architectural tour of the city