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Best things to do in Boekarest

Museum
“This palace was built for the first king of Romania, king Charles I. Charles was German coming from the Hohenzollern family. Now it is home of the Museum of Art.”
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History Museum
“If you are into jurassic dinosaurs and everything else about Romania's natural history be sure to check this place out. It features all sorts of interactive displays and movies.”
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Museum
“The Romanian National History Museum continues to be one of the representative institutions of Romanian culture, holding a very valuable fund of mobile heritage assets illustrating all the significant periods in the past of the Romanian people and the civilizations that existed in the past territory of our country. The rich heritage includes over 650,000 pieces (a number that increases annually and among which are remarkable objects), organized in the following collections: ceramics, lapidarium-tegularium, numismatics, philately, medal-sigilography, thesaurus, manuscripts, prints, decorative, historical photobook, stamps, maps, metal, weapons and equipment, textiles and furniture.”
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Museum
“ The Romanian Peasant Museum is part of the European family of Museums of Popular Art and Traditions. It is a national museum, under the Ministry of Culture’s patronage. In possession of an especially rich collection of objects, hosted in a Neo-Romanian style historical monument-building, our Museum developed a highly original museography honored in 1996 by receiving the EMYA – European Museum of the Year Award. The originality of the exhibiting style is continued in the Museum’s publications, in actions such as the Missionary Museum, the Village School, concerts, conferences and exhibition openings.”
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Museum
“It exhibits old traditional Romanian houses from the villages. It is great if you want to know more about the Romanian folklore and traditions”
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Art Museum
“Founded in 2001, the National Museum of Contemporary Art of Romania (MNAC Bucharest) has grown into a lively institution, dedicated to exhibiting, researching, and promoting Romanian contemporary art. Located in a building with strong symbolic meaning, the Palace of the Parliament – known in the 1980s as the People’s House, MNAC Bucharest has the largest space dedicated to contemporary art from Romania, where it produces shows of relevant local and international artists, while valorizing its own collections in a holistic approach of visual culture. Being the heir of several institutions from the mid 20th century, MNAC has a patrimony of over thirty thousand works of art, documentary files, photographs and negatives, subject to continuous research, organisation and public exposure.”
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History Museum
“A collection of houses from all over the country, portraying the history of Romanian villages. ”
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Historic Site
“The history of the monument dates back to the mid 19th century. Until 1922, previous versions of the arch were hastily and repeatedly built in 1848, 1859, 1878, 1906 and 1918, in order to mark certain military and political achievements of Romania. Yet, given the perishable nature of the construction material (chiefly wood), these versions did not survive. The reinforced concrete structure was inaugurated in 1922, in order to celebrate the victory of Romania in World War One”
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Art Museum
“This museum is a must see for the art lovers. The lack of crowds compared with the famous European art museums might well deceive you but this museum is really a hidden gem which should not be missed - a variety of Romanian painters, rather unknown compared with the European big names, but so good, contributes significantly to the understanding of the Romanian art which gave the world Constantin Brancusi, Arthur Segal, Victor Brauner and a lot others. In addition, the entry fee is ridiculously cheap”
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Museum
“Great place to see the history specific to Bucharest. Wonderful building too. Check the clock on the stairs....”
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Museum
“The National Military Museum, located at 125-127 Mircea Vulcănescu St., Bucharest, Romania, was established in 1923 by King Ferdinand. It has been at its present site since 1988, in a building finished in 1898.”
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Hotel
“One of the most beautiful buildings of Bucharest. This building is a monument of the European Patrimony, and it was built around year 1900. You'll be impressed by the wall paintings and the sculptures or ornaments. There is a pretty Belle Epoque atmosphere.”
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History Museum
“Here you can see houses from the 19th and 20th centuries, originating in all parts of Romania”
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History Museum
“The National Geology Museum in located on Şoseaua Kiseleff (street), in Bucharest, Romania. It is located near Victory Square and Kiseleff Park, in central Bucharest. The museum hosts a collection of 80,000 samples of rocks, fossils, and minerals from Romania.”
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History Museum
“Dracula's Court - Vlad the Impaler established here he's court of rule over Bucharest”
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Museum
“A traditional merchant house with a collection of the finest museum of the greatest local artist of the XIX. century, like for example Grigorescu, Tonitza, Pallady, etc. Also famous master, like Picasso, Cézanne, Matisse”
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