Old Princely Court
Old Princely Court Church
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Old Princely Court information
The Old Princely Court dates to the 15th century, when Bucharest as the capital of the Wallachian principality. The ruins are being slowly excavated but for now you can wander around some of the rooms of the former court. The Vlad Ţepeş statue out the front makes a good photo.