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
Memorial of Rebirth and Nearby Attractions on Map
Palace of the Patriarchate(1.6 km)
Great Synagogue(1.4 km)
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Romanian Athenaeum(0.3 km)
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Muzeul Național George Enescu(1.3 km)
The George Enescu Museum is dedicated to the life and work of renowned Romanian composer George Enescu.
Grigore Antipa Natural History National Museum(1.9 km)
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I.L. Caragiale National Theatre Museum(0.5 km)
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Antim Monastery(1.4 km)
The Antim Monastery houses the Metropolitan Antim Ivireanu Museum, which displays a collection of Brancoveanu artifacts, rare books, old prints, and exhibits on Bishop Antim Ivireanu who built the monastery.
Museum of the Municipality of Bucharest(0.6 km)
The Museum of the Municipality of Bucharest, housed in the Neo-Gothic Şuţu Palace, displays a miscellaneous collection which throws light on the history and culture of Romania.
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