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Mogoşoaia Palace, Bucharest

The 17th century Mogosoaia Palace was built by the Prince of Wallachia Constantin Brancoveanu in typical 'Brâncovenesc' style which blended local, Byzantine-Ottoman, Romanian-Renaissance, Venetian and Baroque traditions.

The 17th century Mogosoaia Palace was built by the Prince of Wallachia Constantin Brancoveanu in typical 'Brâncovenesc' style which blended local, Byzantine-Ottoman, Romanian-Renaissance, Venetian and Baroque traditions. It houses the Museum of Brâncoveanu Style Art, and is surrounded by gardens.


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About Mogoşoaia Palace

 1 Strada Valea Parcului, Bucharest 77135, Romania

Mogoşoaia Palace and Nearby Sights on Map

Chiajna Monastery

The ruins of the 18th century Chiajna Monastery lie on the outskirts of Bucharest to the north-west

Bucharest Botanical Garden

Lake Băneasa

Băneasa Shopping City

Zoo Băneasa

Bucharest Zoo

Casa Presei Libere

Casa Presei Libere or Free Press House, as the name suggests, houses the offices of newspapers and magazines such as Adevarul, Jurnalul National, Cotidianul, and national news agency Agerpres, which has the largest archive of photographs from Romania

Dumitru Furnică Minovici Museum of Ancient Western Art

The Dumitru Furnică Minovici Museum of Ancient Western Art houses a collection of paintings, sculpture, and applied and decorative art in a red-brick Gothic Tudor-style mansion that was Minovici's residence

Nicolae Minovici Folk Art Museum

Herastrau Park