Bucharest's most historic street was built under Brâncoveanu's orders in 1692 to link his summer palace in Mogoşoaia, 14km northwest of...
This striking memorial, respected and reviled in equal measure, marks the dramatic events of 1989, when many people died in this area...
Central Committee of the Communist Party Building
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IO Coffee Bar
On a chic spot looking from a blown-out ruin of the 1989 clash at nearby Piaţa Revoluţii, this two-floor cafe has back-lit wall-length...
You haven't been in Romania long enough if the idea of a cheap, fresh sandwich (around €2.50) or salad (including hummus and tabouli...
Creţulescu Church information
Lonely Planet review
Creţulescu Church stands just south of Piaţa Revoluţiei; the 1722 red-brick structure was damaged in the 1989 Revolution. To the side stands a memorial bust of Corneliu Coposu, who spent 17 years in prison for his anticommunist activities and, prior to his death in 1995, was awarded the Légion d'Honneur by the French government. Behind the church is a statue of a headless torso, a memorial to fallen revolutionaires.