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Stavropoleos Church
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Stavropoleos (running parallel with Lipscani Str.) is one of Romania's most atmospheric churches, a small and gracious place of worship that is especially loved by its dedicated congregation. — Frommer's
The National Museum of Art of Romania
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Romania's National Museum of Art, opposite the Ateneul Roman, consists of three different collections, exhibited in part of the expansive former Royal Palace on Piata Revolutiei. — Frommer's
Village Museum
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A fascinating insight into the architecture of rural Romania, this open-air village museum comprises of some 300 buildings (houses, barns, workshops, churches). — Michelin Guide
Romanian Athenaeum
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Recognized as one of the loveliest architectural works in Bucharest, the Romanian Athenaeum is something of an urban fulcrum, marking out the cultural and social center of the city. — Frommer's
The Art Collections Museum
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This museum was inaugurated to accept bequests on behalf of the nation from patrons and art lovers — Michelin Guide
Palace of Parliament
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One of the largest buildings in the world, it was built in the 1980s over 5 years by 20 000 workmen and 400 architects. — Michelin Guide
Piata Universitatii
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this square occupies a poignant place in the Romanian collective memory: it was the scene of much bloodshed during the 1989 revolution and student demonstrations the following year. — Michelin Guide
Radu Vodă Monastery
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On a hill at the edge of the Dâmbovita River, the church of the Prince Radu Monastery is set in a serene garden; built in 1613 and 1614, it replaced an earlier wooden structure. — Frommer's
Statue of Trajan and the She-wolf
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One of the most controversial statues in Romania is an emperor with no clothes.  — Atlas Obscura
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