Modern Hotel Berthelot, Bucharest
Bucharest 1900 Mansion
Anything that Doesn’t Move gets Tagged
Is It An Art Car?
Bucharest Home Built Late 19C in National Romantic Style
Detail Bucharest Late 19C Building
Bucharest Late 19C Building
Neighorhood with hundreds of late 19C to early 20C that are being slowley renovated.
Bucharest Early 20C Movie Theatre
Bucharest Restored Art Nouveau
Bucharest Late 19C National Romantic Style
Bucharest North Train Station
Modern Bucharest Apartment Building
Detail of Late 19C Bucharest School Building
Late 19C Building Detail, Bucharest
George Enescu National Museum
Located in Former Cactacuzino Palace (1902) built by mayor of Bucharest.
Bucharest Art Nouveau or Deco Building Early 20C
Detail of Late 19C Bucharest Building
Bucharest Moderne Building
Cretulescu Church (1722), Bucharest
Front Porch Frescoes Probably 19C
Calea Victoriel (Victory Street), Bucharest
Bucharest Art Deco
CEC Palace (1900), Bucharest
Built as the new headquarters of Romania's oldest bank
Palace of Justice (1895), Bucharest
Detail Palace of Justice (1895), Bucharest
1960-1980 Communist Buildings
Part of massive Ceausecu project to build the city of the future, destroyed thousands of historic buildings.
Patriarchal Cathedral (1655)
Seat of the Romanian Orthodox Church
Residence of the Patariach, Bucharest
Patriach's Chapel Ceiling Detail
Bucharest School of Architecture (1914, George Cerchez)
Statue of King Carol I
The first King of Romania from 1881 to 1914. Former German Prince named king upon independence from Ottoman Empire.
Romanian Atheneum (1888)
Palace of Parliment Built in the 1980's by Ceausescu
12 stories, 4 underground levels and 1100 rooms.
One of the small theaters.
The Palace contains over 4,500 chandeliers (11,000 were planned).
Twin staircases were rebuilt 3 times to meet the whims of the Ceauscu's. Husband and Wife decended sepeate staicases.
Ballroom of the Palace