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The neoclassical Palace of Justice on the banks of the Dambovita River houses the Bucharest Court of Appeal and the Sector 5 Court..
The neoclassical Palace of Justice on the banks of the Dambovita River houses the Bucharest Court of Appeal and the Sector 5 Court.
Splaiul Independenței 5, București 050091, Romania
The Stavropoleos Church in Bucharest is an Eastern Orthodox monastery from the 18th century
Curtea Veche was built in 1459 as the palace of Vlad the Impaler as well as Mircea Ciobanul
The Union Square is a major intersection on the Union Boulevard, with a small park and fountains
The Bucharest Old Town is the historic centre where Bucharest was founded on the banks of the Dambovita River, and dates back to the 14th century
The National Philatelic Museum, housed in a neoclassical building that was the Central Post Office till 1970, delves into the history of Romanian postal services and stamps
Pasajul Macca-Vilacrosse is a covered arcaded street linking Calea Victoriei to Lipscani, lined with cafes, restaurants and small shops