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Kilometre Zero, Bucharest

The Kilometre Zero Monument shows distances from this point in Bucharest to other major Romanian cities..

The Kilometre Zero Monument shows distances from this point in Bucharest to other major Romanian cities.


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About Kilometre Zero

 Bulevardul Ion C. Brătianu, București 030167, Romania

Kilometre Zero and Nearby Sights on Map

New St. George Church

Bărăţia

Hanul cu Tei

Hanul cu Tei is a historic inn in Bucharest dating back to 1833

Cărturești Carusel

Cărturești Carusel is a stunning 19th century building that houses an art gallery and bookstore

Bucharest Russian Church

The striking Russian Church was built in 1905-'09 in Soviet style with 7 onion domes topped by crosses

Museum of the Municipality of Bucharest

The Museum of the Municipality of Bucharest, housed in the Neo-Gothic Şuţu Palace, displays a miscellaneous collection which throws light on the history and culture of Romania

Choral Temple

The Choral Temple is an ornate 19th century synagogue built as a replica of Ludwig Förster's Leopoldstadt-Tempelgasse Great Synagogue in Vienna

I.L. Caragiale National Theatre Museum

The Ion Luca Caragiale National Theatre is one of the 4 national theatres of Romania, located in the capital city of Bucharest

Museum of the National Bank of Romania

Old Town

The Bucharest Old Town is the historic centre where Bucharest was founded on the banks of the Dambovita River, and dates back to the 14th century