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Here, you can either reach cut South via Strada Postei to the Strada Iuliu Maniu, or return to Calea Victoriei and go South, past the National History Museum Strada Iuliu Maniu.. The displays include a collection of books written, published, illustrated or translated by Romanian Jews; a small collection of paintings of and by Romanian Jews (many of the same artists ‘ works hang in the National Museum of Art) and memorabilia from Jewish theatres including the state Jewish Theater. In the midst of green lawns and winding paths, the park offers a lake with rowboat rentals, a beer garden, a Playground for children, a chess area for Amateurs and plenty of Park benches for relaxing and people-watching. Intrebarea suna cam asa: \\\”care ar fi singurul lucru pe care ai, I would like to in sa-l stiu despre tine?\\\” Aparent, niciunul. The interior is a luxurious display of crystal chandeliers, mosaics, oak paneling, marble, gold leaf, stained-glass Windows and floors and carpets. Only the walls and towers still stand from the original fortress is located in the vicinity of Poienari village, close to the Transfagarasan highway through the Fagaras mountains (Transylvanian Alps). Built in the neoclassical French style, the building boasts a facade with Corinthian columns and a huge Central booking hall. Equally impressive, the costume collection comprises almost 20,000 traditional folk costumes, some Dating back to the beginning of the 19th century, giving visitors a glimpse into the styles and traditions of the Romanian peasants. A world-class violinist, Enescu studied at the Vienna Conservatory, where he met the German composer Johannes Brahms, and where he gave his first concerts. As the leaves begin to change color, you can still enjoy the warm and Sunny days while taking a walk in the city in the city’s many parks or down Calea Victoriei
10 am – 6 pm, Sat. Walk in a block to Bulevardul Regina Elizabeta, then turn right and you wind up across the street from Cismigiu garden. The highlight is the National Treasury hall, where the guests, a fireworks display of some 3,000 gold items, including jewelry and valuable Neolithic artifacts. – 2 p.m.; sun Closed. Access: car In Targoviste, tour the 14th century Princely court (Curtea Royal court sit) and Chindiei watchtower (Turnul Chindiei). Their number would increase significantly before the end of the century, almost each with its own Rabbi and cult performers.. Ion Mihalache 123 Tel: 021 317.14.63 Similar to an Oriental Bazaar, this is the place to find everything. Today, Casa Presei Libere is much performs the same function but the southern wing is now the home of the Bucharest stock exchange. It was here, on the balcony of the former Communist party Headquarters, that Ceausescu stared in disbelief as the people gathered in the square below turned on him. Magheru 20, Bucharest Tel: 021 659.38.25 Open: Mon. – Fri. The sculptures decorating the structure were created by leading Romanian artists, including Ion Jalea, Constantin Medrea and Constantin Baraschi. Many of the 18 and 19th century palaces and mansions now house elegant beaux-arts casinos, where blackjack, poker, craps, roulette, baccarat and other games of chance, can play dine on sumptuous buffets and dance all night to live music. Your local guide you will also to streets, and provide information about the little-known areas of the city. A favorite meeting place for craftsmen, Manuc’s kept Inn its character and taste. It was in the halls of the Palace that king Mihai, aged 18, led a coup that displaced the pro-Nazi government during world war II and put Romania on the allied side. Every two years, the Romanian Athenaeum, the maestro of hosting celebrates-the George Enescu International Festival. It features a collection of 50 buildings, the history and design of Romania’s rural architecture. 10 a.m
10:00am – 6:00pm; Sat. 10 am – 7 pm, Sat. 23A, Nicolae Balcescu, Bucharest Tel: 021 315.89.22 Open: mon. Three auditoriums host professional domestic and foreign plays by a broad selection of both classical and contemporary Romanian playwrights. 10:00 am – 3:00; sun Closed.
- A year later, the collection was displayed at the Second Annual International exhibition in London, and in 1872, at the International exhibition in Vienna.
- Of this large number, only a few survived the brutality of history – fascism and communism – and two more serve the city to have, today’s Jewish community.
- Steep roofs of peasant homes, thatched barns, log houses, churches and mills from all regions of the country were carefully taken apart, shipped to the museum rebuilt and reproduce in order, is the village setting..
10 a.m. – Fri. – 2 p.m.; sun Closed. Covaci 14, Bucharest Tel: 021 314.83.04 Open: Mon. Oricum, in urma intalnirii am plecat acasa cu-o stare foarte buna, pozitiva, cu speranta ca o voi intalni din nou. – Fri. The street is filled with stores with clothes, sidewalk vendors, pastry shops, cinemas, stationary stores (factory), and crystal shops.