Pogor House Literary Museum
This small, neoclassical palace was Alexandru Cuza's home for three years (1859–62), and later housed King Ferdinand during his WWI...
St Spiridon's Monastery
One block northeast of the square, this monastery contains the headless body of Grigore Ghica III, killed in 1777 for opposing the...
A cross between a large bar and a small club, the Dublin has plain wood floors but expensive drinks. Its weekend disco parties are...
Enjoy cheap but tasty bites on the terrace under the lime trees at this student joint.
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Pogor House Literary Museum information
This museum was originally Vasile Pogor's 1850s mansion, from 1871 hosting literary society meetings. On its grounds stand rows of busts of literary luminaries, including dramatist Ion Luca Caragiale (1852–1912) and poet Vasile Alecsandri (1821–90).