Museum of the History of Bucharest
New St George’s Church
The New St George’s Church dates from 1699 and is significant primarily as the burial place of Wallachian prince Constantin Brâncoveanu...
A black memorial cross, a couple of blocks north of Piaţa Universităţii, marks the spot where the first protestor in the 1989...
Shows first-run features from Romania and big films from around the world.
This is a touristy, traditional grill restaurant, where the staff don 19th-century peasantwear and everything feels kind of forced. On...
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Museum of the History of Bucharest information
Housed in a neo-Gothic palace built in the 1830s to host fancy balls, this small museum, facing Piaţa Universităţii, is a lovely spot with an interesting collection of old artefacts, photos and costumes. Designed by two Austrian architects, the palace was built in 1832–34 for the Şuţu family, notorious for their high-society parties.