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The Armenian-Gregorian Bishopric Museum Collection has medieval religious art items and rare books..
The Armenian-Gregorian Bishopric Museum Collection has medieval religious art items and rare books.
9 Strada Armenească, Bucharest 21042, Romania
The Aromanian Museum Collection presents local culture through displays of ethnographic artifacts relating to Aromanian history and traditions
The Theodore Pallady Museum, housed in Casa Melik, showcases the Post-Impressionist artist's paintings, landscapes, and portraits from his Parisian period
The Ion Luca Caragiale National Theatre is one of the 4 national theatres of Romania, located in the capital city of Bucharest
The State Jewish Theater hosts performances of Jewish plays
The statue of renowned Romanian playwright Ion Luca Caragiale stands in front of the house on Maria Rosetti Street where he lived
Built in 1845-'47 by the Ashkenazi Polish-Jewish community, the Great Synagogue in Bucharest is one of the most important Jewish buildings in Romania
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