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Bucharest

Bucharest, the capital city of Romania, is known for its wide, tree-lined boulevards, Belle Époque buildings, and a reputation for the high life which in the 1900s earned its nickname of 'Little Paris'. While much of the city was damaged or destroyed by war, earthquakes, and Nicolae Ceaușescu’s redevelopment projects, many important architectural gems survive. Bucharest has numerous attractions and landmarks such as the massive Palace of Parliament, the second-largest administrative building in the world, along with medieval churches, Art-Nouveau palaces, and the beautiful Romanian Athenaeum. The city also boasts diverse cultural institutions, parks, and a vibrant nightlife.
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Bucharest Hot Springs

The thermal baths of Bucharest are an intermediate space between traditional thermal baths and an authentic water park. If you are spending a few days in the capital of Romania, you must visit them, as they are a very important tourist attraction of the city.

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Palace of Parliament

The Palace of the Romanian Parliament is the seat of the two chambers of the Romanian Parliament. It is situated on Spirii Hill in the center of Bucharest, being the largest civilian administrative building in the world and was the second largest building in the world after the U.S. Pentagon.

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Revolution Square

Revolution Square of Bucharest is much more than a beautiful outdoor space in Bucharest. In December 1989, the regime of dictator Ceaușescu abruptly ended after the massacre of civilians during the protests in the city of Timișoara.

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Caru' cu Bere

Without a doubt, Caru’ cu Bere is the most famous restaurant in Bucharest, as its design is very reminiscent of the Harry Potter movies. Its traditional food and cheerful atmosphere have made it a classic place to eat in the Romanian capital. If we add to that its long history and the succulent taste of its dishes, it is normal that it is one of the best restaurants in Bucharest.

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Bucharest

Bucharest, in the south of Romania, is the capital and the commercial center of the country. Its iconic site is the huge government building Palace of the Parliament from the communist era, which has 1,100 rooms. Nearby is the historic Lipscani district, with a lively nightlife atmosphere and the small Stavropoleos Eastern Orthodox Church and the 15th-century Curtea Veche Palace, where Prince Vlad III ("the Impaler") once ruled.

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Stavropoleos Eastern Orthodox Church

The Stavropoleos Monastery, also known as Stavropoleos Church during the last century when the monastery was dissolved, is an Eastern Orthodox monastery for nuns in the center of Bucharest, Romania. Its church is built in Brâncovenesc style. The patrons of the church are the Holy Archangels Michael and Gabriel.

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Curtea Veche Palace

The Curtea Veche Church is a Romanian Orthodox church located at 33 Franceză Street in the Lipscani neighborhood of Bucharest, Romania. It is dedicated to the Feast of the Annunciation and to Saint Anthony the Great.