Romanian TV Headquarters
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Romanian TV Headquarters information
Lonely Planet review
A block south of Piaţa Charles de Gaulle is the long aqua-blue Romanian TV Headquarters, which was reduced to two hours' air-time per day in the late 1980s (one hour of which was devoted to presidential activities. On 22 December 1989 revolutionaries broke into the television building and announced on-air the collapse of the government. At the northern gate of the building is a small memorial to those killed here.