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The Zambaccian Museum, in the former residence of businessman Krikor Zambaccian, houses a collection of early 20th century art by renowned Romanian artists as well as French Impressionists..
The Zambaccian Museum, in the former residence of businessman Krikor Zambaccian, houses a collection of early 20th century art by renowned Romanian artists as well as French Impressionists.
21 Strada Muzeul Zambaccian, Bucharest 11871, Romania
The Dr Victor Babes Memorial Museum is dedicated to Victor Babeș, the Romanian physician who is credited as one of the founders of modern microbiology
The Monument to the Heroes of the Air on the Aviators' Square honors the Romanian airforce fighters who died during World War I
Quito Square is in the heart of Bucharest, with the Monument of Air at its centre
Muzeul Parfumurilor showcases different perfumes as well as historical containers and bottles for holding them
The Cesianu-Racovita Palace is a late 19th century Arts Beaux building with magnificent ornate interiors
The National Museum of Maps and Rare Books showcases over 800 historical maps, engravings, drawings, etchings, glass panels, books, and lithographs that shed light on the development of cartography through the ages, as well as changing political boundaries
The George Calinescu Memorial Museum is dedicated to the eponymous Romanian literary critic and novelist
The Primăverii Palace on the banks of Lake Herăstrău was the extravagant residence of Romanian dictator Nicolae Ceaușescu, who occupied the entire block of villas and made it inaccessible to the general public for over 25 years
The Charles de Gaulle Square has a statue honoring the first president of the French Fifth Republic
The Neoclassical Victoria Palace is the seat of the Prime Minister of Romania and the cabinet