The Admiral Vasile Urseanu Astronomical Observatory is the first and only public observatory in Bucharest. Built in 1910, it has several telescopes installed over the years to observe distant celestial objects.

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Wine tasting in Bucharest Old town - bonus cheese platter

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Wine Tasting Tour of Bucharest Old Town

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Admiral Vasile Urseanu Bucharest City Observatory, Bucharest

The Admiral Vasile Urseanu Astronomical Observatory is the first and only public observatory in Bucharest. Built in 1910, it has several telescopes installed over the years to observe distant celestial objects..

The Admiral Vasile Urseanu Astronomical Observatory is the first and only public observatory in Bucharest. Built in 1910, it has several telescopes installed over the years to observe distant celestial objects.


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About Admiral Vasile Urseanu Bucharest City Observatory

 21 Bulevardul Lascăr Catargiu, Bucharest 10662, Romania

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