Antim Monastery in Bucharest can be visited on your tour around House of the People or the Old City of the Romanian capital. There are only a few such churches or monasteries built during Constantin Brancoveanu’s reign in The Romanian Country left and Antim Monastery is one of the oldest.
The Bucharest Botanical Garden (Romanian: Grădina Botanică din Bucureşti), now named after its founder, Dimitrie Brândză, is located in the Cotroceni neighbourhood of Bucharest, Romania. It has a surface of 17.5 hectares (including 4,000 m² of greenhouses), and has more than 10,000 species of plants.
Dealul Mitropoliei (Romanian: [ˈde̯alul mitropoˈli.ej], Metropolitanate Hill), also called Dealul Patriarhiei (IPA: [ˈde̯alul patriarˈhi.ej], Patriarchate Hill), is a small hill in Bucharest, Romania and an important historic, cultural, architectural, religious and touristic point in the national capital.
“Dimitrie Gusti” National Village Museum, Bucharest, Romania is the “museum from the heart of the capital” who opened his gates for the public in 1936. The permanent exhibition covers a 14ha area having 360 monuments, 60.000 objects in his collections and over 250.000 documents regarding the village and its traditional life in the Archive.
Drumul Taberei (Romanian: [ˈdrumul ˈtaberej], The Camp Road) is a neighbourhood located in the south-west of Bucharest, Romania, roughly between Timișoara Avenue (south of Plaza România and the Cotroceni Railway Station) and Ghencea Avenue, neighboring Militari to the north, Panduri to the east and Ghencea and Rahova to the south and south-east.
GEOLOGY MUSEUM IN BUCHAREST HISTORY. The first such museum was founded in 1864 by the Romanian scholar, Gregoriu Stefanescu, at the University of Bucharest. Professor Fuchs from Viena is the first to help the new museum with Klippstein donations. Then more than 1500 minerals came from Sankt Petersburg.
The Great Synagogue in Bucharest, Romania was raised in 1845 by the Polish-Jewish community. It was repaired in 1865, redesigned in 1903 and 1909, repainted in Rococo style in 1936 by Ghershon Horowitz, then it was restored again in 1945, as it had been devastated by the extreme right Legionaries.
Kretzulescu Church Bucharest › Attractions - Places of Worship in Bucharest › Kretzulescu Church The Kretzulescu Church (also spelled Crețulescu) was built between 1720 and 1722, and it is one of the best preserved and most representative orthodox places of worship in Bucharest, as far as the Brâncoveanu age patrimony is concerned.
Lacul Morii ("Mill Lake") is the largest lake in Bucharest, with an area of 246 ha. The lake is approximately 6 km from the center of Bucharest (Piața Unirii) and is located between: Polytechnic University of Bucharest neighborhood to the East, Crangaşi and Giulești districts at North, Militari district at South.
National Military Museum Bucharest › Attractions - Museums and Galleries in Bucharest › National Military Museum The National Military Museum was founded in 1923 subsequently to a decree issued by King Ferdinand (at present the museum bears the name of King Ferdinand).
The National Museum of Art of Romania is the country’s prime holder of Romanian, European and Oriental art. Located in the former Royal Palace in Bucharest, it includes the National Gallery (Romanian medieval and modern art) and the European Art Gallery.
National Museum of Romanian History Bucharest › Attractions - Museums and Galleries in Bucharest › National Museum of Romanian History For tourists who want to get a deeper insight into the history of the Romanian people, there's no better place to visit than the National Museum of Romanian History.
7 Amazing Facts about The Palace of The Parliament in Bucharest. The Palace of Parliament is the largest and heaviest administrative building on the planet used for civilian purposes, and also the second largest administrative building overall, after the Pentagon. Currently, this imposing building houses the Romanian Senate and the Romanian Chamber of Deputies, and it is also the headquarters of the Southeast European Cooperation Initiative.
The Romanian Orthodox Patriarchal Cathedral (also known as the Metropolitan Church) is a functioning religious and civic landmark, on Dealul Mitropoliei, in Bucharest, Romania. It is located near the Palace of the Chamber of Deputies of the Patriarchate of the Romanian Orthodox Church.
Next to the National Village Museum, the Museum of the Romanian Peasant stands out as one of the most reputed museums in Bucharest. Foreign tourists who want to purchase a traditional craftwork often turn to the Museum of the Romanian Peasant in order to buy a symbolic souvenir.
Stavropoleos Monastery, Bucuresti, Situated on the street with the same name, in Bucharest, close to the central area Lipscani, Stavropoleos Monastery is the oldest undemolished building in the capital. <br /><br /><strong>Stavropoleos Monastery </strong>was founded by a Gr
A large, mostly lovely park featuring some of the best playgrounds in the city. Divided into two parts, the main section (closest to Tineretului metro) offers a few rides for kids, trampolines and dodgems, as well as playgrounds and plenty of tree-lined avenues great for strolling.
university square of bucharest history The first boulevard in Bucharest was also paved near this new building, called the Academy Boulevard, now part of Queen Elisabeth Boulevard. The old St. Sava church also disappeared in 1870 and in front of the University a garden was arranged.