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The Memorial of Rebirth on Revolution Square commemorates the Romanian Revolution of 1989 which overthrew Nicolae Ceaușescu's Communist regime.
The Memorial of Rebirth on Revolution Square commemorates the Romanian Revolution of 1989 which overthrew Nicolae Ceaușescu's Communist regime. It is a 25metre high marble obelisk skewered through a metal crown.
Piața Revoluției, București, Romania
The Revolution Square in central Bucharest is a historic square named after the 1989 Romanian Revolution which led to the end of 42 years of Communist rule in Romania
Kretzulescu Church is an 18th century Brâncovenesc-style church with a striking red-brick façade and beautiful frescoes by Gheorghe Tattarescu
The Equestrian Statue of Charles I on Revolution Square is a 7 metre high monument bronze statue by Florin Codre, built as a replica of the original statue of 1939 by Ivan Meštrović that was melted down during the Communist regime
The Theodore Aman Museum is housed in the former Belle Epoque-style residence and workshop of the eponymous Romanian artist and art professor
The Romanian Athenaeum is a breathtaking 19th century concert hall in central Bucharest that is home to the George Enescu Philharmonic Orchestra
Sala Palatului is a Communist-era concert hall which hosts the annual George Enescu Festival of classical music in August - September
Athenee Palace, now the Hilton Bucharest, is a grand Art Nouveau building from 1914