Martyr-Heroes of the December 1989 Revolution Cemetery
Going west from the southern end of Carol I Park (near metro Eroii Revoluţiei), the road curves past this cemetery, where many of the...
Sephardic Jewish Cemetery
The Sephardic Jewish Cemetery lies opposite Belu Cemetery in the south of the city (metro Eroii Revoluţiei). Two rows of graves dated...
A couple of blocks east of Carol I Park along Calea Şerban Vodă (near metro Tineretului) is the bigger Youth Park, where various...
Calea Şerban Vodă 249 · interesting places nearby
Bellu Cemetery information
Bellu Cemetery is the city’s most prestigious burial ground and houses the tombs of many notable Romanian writers. A map inside the gate points out locations. Many Romanians pay their respects to national poet Mihai Eminescu (1850–89) and comic playwright and humorist Ion Luca Caragiale (1852–1912), who are only separated by a bloke named Traian Savulescu; go to Figura 9 (to the right after you enter).