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The Cesianu-Racovita Palace is a late 19th century Arts Beaux building with magnificent ornate interiors.
The Cesianu-Racovita Palace is a late 19th century Arts Beaux building with magnificent ornate interiors. It now houses the headquarters of the Artmark art auction house.
3 Strada Doctor Grigore Mora, C. A. Rosetti St., Bucharest 11885, Romania
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