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Bulevardul Magheru is a major thoroughfare running from Piața Romană to Piața Universității, and the most expensive commercial street in Romania.
Bulevardul Magheru is a major thoroughfare running from Piața Romană to Piața Universității, and the most expensive commercial street in Romania. Along the route are the Galeriile de artă Orizont, Sala Dalles exhibition hall, Biserica Italiana, Biserica Boteanu, Teatrul Nottara, Parcul TNB, and Parcul Piata Romana, apart from luxury hotels, retail and offices.
Bulevardul General Gheorghe Magheru 8-10, București 010332, Romania
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