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The Constantin Joja Memorial House is a museum located in the former residence of the renowned Romanian architect, and is dedicated to his works.
The Constantin Joja Memorial House is a museum located in the former residence of the renowned Romanian architect, and is dedicated to his works. Constantin Joja is remembered for his elegant classical designs, which include the Odessa Orthodox Cathedral and restoration of Hanul cu Tei.
4 Strada Ion Slătineanu, Bucharest 10602, Romania
+40 21 659 3210
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