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Bucharest – capital of Romania. Romanian Bucharest literally means “the possession of the genus Bokura”. The city is located in Wallachia (historical region on the South of the country). Bucharest was founded in 1459, in 1659 it became the capital of the Principality of Wallachia, and after the unification of all the principalities in 1862 – with a total capital of Romania.
The most interesting Old town – there are preserved many historical monuments. This part of Bucharest has gained its current appearance in the period from 1870 to 1920, turning from a village into a real European city. Most houses of that time were built with the participation of French architects, so Bucharest is sometimes called the “small Paris”. During the reign of Ceausescu, part of the Old city had to be demolished in order to build new buildings, the most impressive of these was the Parliament House, which stands in the center of the square. It was originally conceived as the largest building in the world, now in area it is second only to the Pentagon in the United States. Now there are international konferencii. Among other attractions are the Palace of Cotroceni. Its construction began in 1888, the inner halls of the Palace done in the neo-Renaissance style, is an interesting Royal library, the Queen bedroom and the Norwegian interior with rich decoration. Very beautiful Palace of justice, the Palace was Cantacuzino, the Royal Palace, the National Bank building, Piazza Republica, Athenaeum, University square building of the University. In the even Bucharest has a triumphal arch. She stands on the Avenue Kiselyov. The arch was installed in 1922 in memory of the battles of the Romanian army in 1916-1918 years. First, it is made of wood, and in 1936 was replaced by an arch of reinforced concrete and granite. Visit Manuc’s Inn. It is the oldest hotel of Bucharest, which is still functioning, and it was built in the early 19th century.
The city has preserved many old churches. For example, the Stavropoleos Church, built in 1724, its front part is supported by six columns of carved stone, or the Church Berasia, the first Roman Catholic Church in Bucharest, which was built in the 17th century. You can also visit the Cathedral, the Patriarchate, the Cathedral of St. George the Old Church of St Aaron, Patriarchal and Kretzulescu, as well as the monasteries of Plumbuita, Antim and Mihai vodă.
Interesting museums in Budapest. The National Art Museum presents the works of Romanian masters such as Brancusi, Grigorescu, Amman and Andrescu, as well as Western artists such as Rembrandt, Rubens, El Greco, Renoir and Cezanne. The Museum of Folk Art of the Village, which is one of the first ethnographic museums in the open sky, you will see examples of rural architecture and layouts of the famous wooden churches. You can also visit the History Museum of Romania, housed in the former main post office of Bucharest, Peasant Museum with a collection of folkloric agricultural tools, household appliances, textiles and apparel, Natural history Museum, the Museum of composer Georges Enescu, where exhibited his manuscripts and personal belongings, and an Astronomical Observatory.
In town there are places where you can relax in silence – it green parks, such as Cismigiu, Bucharest Parcul-Karol and Botanical garden near the Cotroceni Palace.
In the suburbs of Bucharest, too, is something to see – monasteries Blueberries, Caldarusani or Tiganesti, and especially of Snagov, where, according to legend, is buried count Dracula himself, or the Palace Stipa in Pantry

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