The National Museum of Firemen, housed in the Foişorul de Foc or Fire Tower, showcases firefighting equipment, accessories and techniques, as well as documents tracing the history of firemen in Romania.
33 Bulevardul Ferdinand I, Bucharest 21381, Romania
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