Built by Communist Party leader, Nicolae Ceausescu, the colossal Palace of the Parliament (formerly known as the People’s Palace) is the second largest administrative building in the world after the Pentagon.
Although founded in 1990, the Aviation Museum was open for the public in 1993, when enough artifacts were gathered.
On the Kiseleff street, in the heart of the city, you will find one of the most beautiful buildings in Bucharest, almost a century old, which hosts in its immense rooms a priceless cultural and scientific heritage
The National Firefighters Museum functions inside of the “Foisorul de Foc”, a 42 m tall building which can be found at the intersection of 3 main roads crossing the capital city if Bucharest
The former residence of Romanian dictator Nicolae Ceausescu can now be visited on a guided tour.
The Museum was established on November 3rd 1834, at the initiative of the brother of the King Alexandru Ghica, the Great Count Mihalache Ghica
The museum, originally known as that “of the Jewish Communities in Romania,” opened on January 15, 1978.