Culture And Heritage

A Brief Look At Romanian Culture In Bucharest

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Orthodox Churches And Monasteries

Learn About Some Of The Religious Venues In And Around Bucharest, Romania

Orthodox Churches & Monasteries Part I

Biserica Curtea Veche -1545-1547 Sector 4, Str. Sepcari Nr. 22A

Manastirea Mihai Voda – 1589-1591 Sector 5, Str. Sapientei Nr. 35

Manastirea Plumbuita – 1559-1568 Sector 2, Str. Plumbuita Nr. 58

Manastirea Fundenii Doamnei – 1699 Sector 2, Str. Teiului Nr. 1

Biserica Kretulescu – 1720-1722 Sector 1, Calea Victoriei Nr. 45a

Manastirea Antim – 1714-1715 Sector 5, Str. Antim Nr. 29

Biserica Icoanei – 1745-1750 Sector 2, Str. Icoanei Nr. 12

Biserica Stravopoleos – 1724-1730 Sector 3, Str. Stavropoleos Nr. 4

Orthodox Churches & Monasteries Part II

Biserica Coltea – 1701-1702 Sector 3, B-dul I. C. Bratianu Nr. 1

Biserica Sfantu Gheorghe Nou – 1852-1853 Sector 3, B-dul I. C. Bratianu Nr. 1

Manastirea Radu Voda – 1568 Sector 4, Str. Radu Voda Nr. 24/a

Biserica Marcuta Veche – 1586-1587 Sector 2, Str. Biserica Marcuta Nr. 8

Biserica Dintr-o Zi – 1702 Sector 3, Str. Academiei Nr. 22

Biserica Patriarhiei – 1656-1658 Aleea Dealul Mitropoliei, nr. 25

Manastirea Snagov – 1456-1462 Snagov Lake

Manastirea Cernica – 1608 Str Manastririi, Cernica

Manastirea Caldarusani – 1638 Lipia-Gruiu

Other Religions & Religous Venues In Bucharest

Jehovah’s Witnesses







7th Day Adventist




Ancient Ortodox





The International Church of Christ

God’s Reuniuns


Monuments & Statues In Bucharest

From The Arc de Triumph To Revelution Square, We Cover Some Of The Famous Icons In Romania's Capitol City

Monuments & Statues Part I

Arcul de Triumf – The Arch of Triumph Piata Arcul de Triumf The first, wooden, triumphal arch was built hurriedly, after Romania gained its independence (1878), so that the victorious troops could march under it. Another temporary arch was built on the same site, in 1922, after World War I, which was demolished in 1935 to make way for the current triumphal arch, which was inaugurated in September 1936.The current arch has a height of 27 metres and was built after the plans of the architect Petre Antonescu (architect) (ro). It has as its foundation a 25 x 11.50 metres rectangle. The sculptures with which the facades are decorated were created by famous Romanian sculptors such as Ion Jalea and Dimitrie Paciurea. Nowadays, military parades are held beneath the arch each 1 December, with the occasion of Romania’s national holiday.

Monumentul Aerului – The Air Monument Piata Quito

Monumentul Eroilor Artilertisti – The  Heroes of he Artillery Monument Bd Eroilor Sanitari – Piata Eroilor

Monumentul Avantul Tarii – The Revitalisation of the Country Monument Piata Valter Maracineanu

Monumentul Corneliu Coposu – Romanian politician who was jailed for anticommunist activities, 1947-64, and was harassed for years afterward but went on to lead the centrist Christian and Democratic National Peasants’ Party in the postcommunist parliament (b. May 20, 1916–d. Nov. 11, 1995 Piata Revolutiei

Monumentul Crucea Secolului – The Cross of The Century Monument Piata Charles de Gaulle

Monumentul Dr Haralambie  Botescu – Important personality in the Romanian medicine’s history Str Doctor Haralambie Botescu

Monumentul Eroilor Aerului – Airmen Heroes Memorial Piata Aviatorilor

Monumentul Eroilor CFR –  Railroad Heroes Monument Piata Gara de Nord

Monumentul Eroilor Francezi – Monument of the French Heroes Str Schitu Magureanu 37

Monuments & Statues Part II

Monumentul Eroilor Patriei – The Country’s Heroes Parc Carol I

Monumentul Eroilor Revolutiei – Monument  Heroes of the Revolution Str Academiei

Monumentul Eroilor Sanitari- Monument of the Sanitary Heroes Cotroceni

Monumentul Trupelor de Geniu – Monument of the Genius Troops Bd Iuliu Maniu

Monumentul Eroilor 1916-1918 – Monument of the Heroes of 1916-1918 – dedicated to the First World War heroes Str Plumbuita

Monumentul Fantana Cantacuzino –  Monument of the Cantacuzino Fountain Parc Carol I

Monumentul Foisorul de Foc – Monument of the Water Tower Obor-Calea Mosilor-Nerva Traian

Monumentul Inginer George Duca – ex prime minister of Romania in 1933 Piata Gara de Nord

Monumentul Infanteriei – Monument of the Infantry Parc Kiseleff

Monumentul Infanteristului – Monument of the Infantry Man Str Soseaua Cotroceni

Monumentul KM o- Monument of the Kilometer 0 (The distances from Bucharest to other cities in Romania are measured from this monument. It is divided into eight sections, each representing a Romanian historical province: Muntenia, Dobrogea, Bessarabia, Moldavia, Bucovina, Transylvania, Banat and Oltenia. Among the cities inscribed on it are also Chişinău, Orhei, Tighina, which are currently in the Republic of Moldova, as well as Silistra and Dobrich (Bazargic) in Bulgaria, which were part of Greater Romania from 1913 to 1940) Biserica (Church) Sf Gheorghe Nou

Monumentul Luigi Cazzavillan -Important personality in the Romanian Journalism , founder of the “Universal” newspaper in 1884   Str Luigi Cazzavillan

Monumentul lui C. A Rosetti – Political personality and Journalist, leader in the 1848 Romanian Revolution Piata C. A Rosetti

Monumentul lui Dinicu Golescu – Journalist late 1700 beginning of 1800 Bd Dinicu Golescu

Monuments & Statues Part III

Monumentul lui Iuliu Maniu – Prime Minister of Romania 1928–1933 Piata Revolutiei

Monumentul lui Napoleon III – Ruler of Second French Empire, first President of the French Republic Str Paris

Monumentul Revolutia Romana – Monument of the Romanian Revolution Piata Revolutiei

Monumentul lui Taras Sevcenko – Ukrainian Artist 1814-1861 Parc Herastrau

Monumentul Victor Eftimiu – Artist, art collector, academician 1889-1972 Str Victor Eftimiu 9

Monumentul 1907 –  Monument of the 1907 Monument Parc Floriilor

Statuia “Alergatorii” – Statue of the “Runners” Calea Victoriei – Biseria Piata Amzei

Statuia lui Alexandru Lahvoari – Statue of Alexandru Lahovari – 1841-1897, Minister of Justice, Minister of Agriculture, Industry, Trade and Property, Minister of Public Works and Minister of Foreign Affairs of Kingdom of Romania. Piata Alexandru Lahovari

Statuia lui Anton Pann – Ottoman-born Wallachian composer, musicologist, and poet Str Logofatul Udriste

Statuia “Caprioara” – “The Dear” Statue Parc Herastrau

Statuia lui Constantin Brancoveanu – Statue of Prince of Wallahia 1688-1714 Biserica (Church) Sf Gheorghe Nou

Stutuia Constantin Dobrogeanu Gherea – Constantin Dobrogeanu Gherea was a Romanian Marxist theorist, politician, sociologist, literary critic, and journalist Str Grivitei – Poloiesti

Statuia Domnita Balasa –  Constantin’s Brancoveanu Sixth’s Daughter 1693-1752 Biserica (Church) Domnita Balasa – Bulevardul Unirii

Statuia Elena Pherekyde Parc Cismigiu

Statuia ecvestra a lui Mihai Viteazul – The Equestrian Statue of Mihai Viteazul  1558 -1601 (Prince of Wallachia (1593–1601), of Transylvania (1599–1600), and of Moldavia (1600). He united the three principalities under a single rule for a short period of time) Piata Universitatii

Monuments & Statues Part IV

Statuia Gheorghe Panu – 1848-1910  Lawyer, politic person, journalist, writer, memorialist Parc Cismigiu

Statuia lui Mihail Cantacuzino Spitalul (Hospital)  Coltea

Statuia lui George Enescu – George Enescu is considered the most important Romanian musician. He was a composer, a violinist, a teacher, a pianist and a conductor, a complex and brilliant artistic personality. Universitatea de Muzica din Bucuresti (Music University)

Statuia lui Gheorghe Lazar – 1779-1821 Gherghe Lazar  was a Transylvanian-born Romanian scholar, the founder of the first Romanian language school – in Bucharest, 1818. Piata Universitatii

Statuia lui Ion Luca Caragiale – Ion Luca Caragiale as a Wallachian-born Romanian playwright, short story writer, poet, theater manager, political commentator and journalist. He is considered one of the greatest Romanian playwrights and writers, a leading representative of local humor, and a main representative of Junimea, an influential literary society with which he parted during the second half of his life Str Maria Rosetti

Statuia lui I H Radulescu – Ion Heliade Radulescu 1802-1872 was a Wallachian-born Romanian academic, Romantic and Classicist poet, essayist, memoirist, short story writer, newspaper editor and politician. A prolific translator of foreign literature into Romanian, he was also the author of books on linguistics and history. Piata Universitatii

Statuia lui I C Bratianu –  Ion I C Bratianu 1864 –1927,was a politician, leader of the National Liberal Party (PNL), Prime Minister of Romania for five terms, and Foreign Minister on several occasions;1923, he was elected an honorary member of the Romanian Academy. Parc I C Bratianu

Statuia “Instrument Muzical” – Statue of the  “Musical Instrument” – Abstract art piece, representing the musical instrument of the future Stirbei Voda, Piata Palatului

Statuia “Lupoaica” – The She-wolf Statue  represents a bronze copy of the famous statue in Rome, Lupa Capitolina. The statue is the capturing of the she-wolf who, according to the legend, was feeding Romulus and Remus, the founders of Rome. The Municipality of Rome gave this copy to the Bucharest inhabitants in 1906, as a symbol of the Daco-Roman origin of the Romanians. This year are celebrated 1800 years since the conquest of Dacia by the Romans and 25 years after the crowning of Carol I as the king of Romania. It was initially placed on a stone base inside the Roman Arenas. The inscriptions written on the stone base proved the state’s origin: „Senatus Populus Que Romanus” meaning „The Roman Senate and People”. There are other copies of the statue in Cluj, Timişoara and Târgu Mureş. Subsequently, many more were mare and placed in dozens of cities in the country. Other copies were given to various countries as a symbol of Rome’s cordial relationship: France, USA, Argentina, Spain, even Japan. This way, the statue-Rome’s symbol- spreads messages of Italian amity all around the world.  The original piece seems to date back to the 5th century B.C. and was casted in bronze by the Etruscans, on the Tibru Valley. Its “age” was established by the researchers who studied the bronze cast. Being interesting through its bronze-casted legend, our Romanian origin is recalled by the She-wolf Statue. Bd I C Bratianu

Statuia lui Mihai Eminescu – Statue of Mihai Eminescu born in 1850, Ipoteşti, Moldavia, Ottoman Empire,—died  in 1889, Bucharest, was a Romantic poet, novelist and journalist, often regarded as the most famous and influential Romanian poet. He has transformed both the form and content of Romanian poetry, creating a school of poetry that strongly influenced Romanian writers and poets in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Benjamin Franklin, nr 1-3

Monuments & Statues Part V

Statuia lui Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra – Miguel  de Cervantes Saavedra born September 29, 1547, Alcalá de Henares, Spain—died April 22, 1616, Madrid), Spanish novelist, playwright, and poet, the creator of Don Quixote (1605, 1615) and the most important and celebrated figure in Spanish literature. His novel Don Quixote has been translated, in full or in part, into more than 60 languages. Piata Spania

Statuia lui Mihail Kogalniceanu –   Statue of Mihail Kogalniceanu 1817 – 1891, he was a Moldavian-born Romanian liberal statesman, lawyer, historian and publicist; he became Prime Minister of Romania on October 11, 1863, after the 1859 union of the Danubian Principalities under Domnitor Alexandru Ioan Cuza, and later served as Foreign Minister under Carol I. He was several times Interior Minister under Cuza and Carol. A polymath, Kogălniceanu was one of the most influential Romanian intellectuals of his generation.   President of the Romanian Academy, and briefly served as Romanian representative to France. Piata Mihail Kogalniceanu

Statuia “Pasare in zbor” – Statue of the “Flying Bird” Calea Victoriei

Statuia “Pescarusi” –  The Statue of the “Seagulls” Parc Herastrau

Statuia lui Spiru Haret –  Spiru Haret 1851 –1912 was a Romanian-Armenian mathematician, astronomer and politician. He made a fundamental contribution to the n-body problem in celestial mechanics by proving that using a third degree approximation for the disturbing forces implies instability of the major axes of the orbits, and by introducing the concept of secular perturbations in relation to this. As a politician, during his three terms as Minister of Education, Haret ran deep reforms, building the modern Romanian education system. He was made a full member of the Romanian Academy in 1892. He also founded the Astronomical observatory in Bucharest. The crater Haret on the Moon is named after him. Piata Universitatii

Statuia lui Stefan Luchian – Stefan Luchian 1868 -1917 was a Romanian painter, famous for his landscapes and still life works. Parc Ion Voicu

Statuia lui Tudor Vladimirescu – Tudor Vladimirescu   1780- 1821,  was a   national hero, leader of the popular uprising of 1821 in Wallachia. Str Mihai Eminescu

Museums In Bucharest

An In-Depth Selection Of Museums And Other Cultural Centres In Bucharest

Museums, Culture & Heritage In Bucharest Part I

Muzeul  National de Istorie- The National History Museum  
Calea Victoriei nr 12
021 315 8207
Muzeul National de Arta – The National Art Museum
Calea Victoriei nr 49-53
021 313 3030
Muzeul Theodor Aman – Art Museum (Art collection by Theodor Aman , painter of Armenian descent, his style is often considered to be a predecessor of Impressionism)
Str C. A Rosetti nr  8, sector 1
Muzeul Comunitatii Armene – The  Museum and Library of the Armenian Comunity  
Bd Carol I nr 43
021 313 90 70
Muzeul Theodor Pallady – Art Museum / Artistic Monument (Art collection by painter Theodor Pallady,  the actual house is declared the oldest house in Bucharest)
Str Spatarului nr 22
021 2114979
Muzeul Colectiilor de Arta   – Art Collection Museum  
Calea Victoriei nr 111
021 211 1749
Muzeul de Numismatica   -Numismatology Museum of the National Bank of Romania
Lipscani, Nr. 25, Sector 3
Muzeul de Arta Frederic si Cecilia Cutescu Storck – Art Museum (collection donated by the artists Frederic , sculpture master, and  the painter Cecilia Storck in 1913)
Str. Vasile Alecsandri nr. 16, sector 1

Muzeul Taranului Roman- Museum of The Romanian Peasant
E60 Şoseaua Kiseleff nr 3, Sector 1   
021 317 9661

Museums, Culture, & Heritage In Bucharest Part II

Muzeul de Istorie Naturala Grigore Antipa – Natural History Museum
Pavel Dimitrievici Kiseleff nr 1, sector 1
021 312 8826

Muzeul Satului – The Romanian Village Museum
Pavel Dimitrievici Kiseleff nr 28-30, sector 1
0720 220 132

Muzeul Inginer Minovici – Vintage Western Art Museum
Str Nicolae Minovici nr 3
021 665 7334

Institutul de Arheologie “Vasile Parvan” – Archeology Institute (prehistory, ancient history, classical archeology and medieval history.)
Str Henri Coanda nr 11

Colectia de Arta “Ligia si Pompiliu Macovei” – Art Museum (collection donated by the art collectors Ligia and Pompiliu Macovei in 1992)
Str. 11 Iunie nr. 36 – 38, sector 5
021/336.06.60, 317.06.06

Muzeul “Dr Ioan si Nicolae Kalinderu” – Art Museum ( Collection donated by the art collector Ioan Kaliendru in 1914)
Str. Sion nr. 2, sector 2
021/313.30.30; 021/314.81.19

Muzeul “K. H. Zambaccian” – Memorial Museum ( Krikor H. Zambaccian was an art and critic collector)
Str Muzeul Zambaccian, nr 21A
021 2301920

Muzeul Memorial “ C.I si C.C Notarra” – Memorial Museum (actor and composer,important personality in the history of the Romanian theater)
Bdul Dacia nr 51 , sector 2

Museums, Culture & Heritage In Bucharest Part III

Muzeul Memorial “Dr. Victor Babeş”- Memorial Museum ( Victor Babes was a physician, biologist, and one of the earliest bacteriologists. He made early and significant contributions to the study of rabies, leprosy, diphtheria, tuberculosis, and other infectious diseases)
Str Poet Andrei Muresanu nr 14

Muzeul Memorial “George Călinescu” – Memorial Museum (George Calinescu was a literary critic, historian, novelist, academician and journalist, and a writer of classicist and humanist tendencies. He is currently considered one of the most important Romanian literary critics of all time, alongside Titu Maiorescu and Eugen Lovinescu, and is one of the outstanding figures of Romanian literature of the 20th century)
Str George Calinescu nr 53
021 231 3163

Muzeul Memorial “Gheorghe. M. Tattarescu” – Memorial Museum (Gheorghe Tattarescu was a Moldavian-born Romanian painter and a pioneer of neoclassicism)
Str. Domniţa Anastasia nr. 17, sector 5

Muzeul Militar Naţional “Regele Ferdinand I” – The National Military Museum
Mircea Vulcănescu nr 125-127
021 319 5904

Muzeul Municipiului Bucureşti – Bucharest Museum
Bd Ion I C Bratianu nr 2
021 315 6858

Muzeul Naţional al Hărţilor şi Cărţii Vechi – National Museum of Antique Books and Maps
Str Londra nr 39, sector 1
021 230 4468

Muzeul Naţional al Literaturii Române – National Museum of The Romanian Literature
Bd Dacia nr 12
021 2125846

Muzeul Naţional al Pompierilor – Firemen’s Museum (Known as the Water Tower)
Bd Ferdinand I nr 33, sector 2
021 252 2884


Museums, Culture & Heritage In Bucharest Part IV

Muzeul Naţional de Artă Contemporană – National Museum of Contemporary Art
Str Izvor, nr 2-4 , entrance through Parliament Palace, E4 building
021 318 9137

Muzeul Naţional Filatelic – National Philatelic Museum
Calea Victoriei nr 12
021.312.74.91, 021.312.55.42

Muzeul Naţional Geologic – National Geology Museum
Șos. Kiseleff nr. 2, sector 1

Muzeul Naţional Tehnic “Prof. ing. Dimitrie Leonida” – National Technical Museum
Strada General Candiano Popescu nr 2
021 336 7777

Muzeul Operei Naţionale Bucureşti – Museum of The National Opera
Bd Mihail Kogalniceanu nr 70-72

Muzeul Sportului din România – Museum of the Romanian Sport
Bd Marasesti nr 20A
021 796 1454

Muzeul Teatrului Naţional “I.L. Caragiale” – Museum of the National Theater “I.L. Caragiale”
Bdul Nicolae Bălcescu nr. 2 – 4, sector 2

Muzeul Aviatiei – Aviation Museum
Fabrica de Gucoza, nr 2-4, sector 2
021 – 232.04.04

Muzeul Universităţii Bucureşti – Museum of the Romanian Bucharest University
Bd Mihail Kogalniceanu nr 64

Muzeul Universităţii Politehnice- Museum of the Polytechnic University
Gh Polizu, sector 1, building M
021 402 3955

Museums, Culture, & Heritage In Bucharest Part V

Observatorul Astronomic Municipal “Amiral Vasile Urseanu” Bucureşti – The City’s Astronomical Telescope
Lascar Catargiu nr 21, sector 1
021 212.96.44

Muzeul Cailor Ferate – Museum of the Romanian Railroad History
Calea Griviței 193B
031 080 8610

Hanul cu Tei – ( “The Linden Tree Inn”) is one of the few still standing old inns in Bucharest, the former inn is home to many art galleries and a cellar bar, it also provides a good example the typical Wallachian glass-covered façade)
Liscani nr 63-65

Palatul Agriculturii – Palace of the Agriculture
Bd Carol I nr 4, sector 3

Muzeul National George Enescu – National Museum “George Enescu” (George Enescu was a composer, a violinist, a teacher, a pianist and a conductor, a complex and brilliant artistic personality)
Calea Victoriei nr 141, sector 1

Palatul Cotroceni – Cotroceni Palace (houses the present day offices of the president of Romania and the National Cotroceni Museum, located in one wing of the palace)
Bd Geniului nr 1, sector 6

Casa Poporului – Parliament House (People’s House,multi-purpose building containing both chambers of the Romanian Parliament)
Strada Izvor nr 2-4
021 316 0300

Palatul Patriarhiei – Palace of Patriarchate – Former Chamber of of Deputies
Situated on the plateu of “Dealul Mitropoliei”

Museums, Culture & Heritage In Bucharest Part VI

Palatul Regal – Royal Palace , now being the Romanian National Museum of a Art
Calea Victoriei nr 49-53
021 313 3030

Palatul Sutu – Sutu Palace (owned by the great postelnic (position within the Romanian aristocracy) Costache Sutu, was erected between 1832-1834, following the plans of two architects from Vienna, Johan Veit and Conrad Schwinck)
Bd Ion C Bratianu nr 2
021 315 6858

Palatul Victoria – Victoria Palace – Government Headquarters
Piata Victoriei nr 1
021 314 3400

Palatul Snagov – Snagov Palace – Royal Palace
Situated near Snagov Monastery, 40 km away from Bucharest

Palatul Elisabeta – Elisabeta Palace – Royal Family Residence
Kisseleff nr 28

Palatul Mogosoaia – Mogosoaia Palace (called the Romanian Renaissance style or ,Brâncovenesc” style, a combination of Venetian and Oriental elements,built by Constantin Brancoveanu)
Located in Mogosoaia, 11 km away from Bucharest

Palatul National al Copiilor – The National Kids Palace
Bulevardul Tineretului nr. 8-10
021 330 0838

Palatul Brancoveanu – Brancoveanu Palace  (Wallachia’s richest boyar by birth, but also a good administrator of his fortunes, Constantin Brancoveanu (1654-1714), a descendant of the Craiovesti family, and through them, of the Basarab family, son and nephew of the Cantacuzino family, ruler of Tara Romaneasca (Walachia) between 1688 and 1714, was beheaded, at Istanbul, on the day of a great Christian holiday, together with his four sons and his son-in-law, the adviser Ianache Vacarescu.)
Located in Mogosoaia,  Valea Parcului nr 1
021 350 66 20, 4021 350 66 21

Academia Militara – The Military Academy
Bulevardul George Coșbuc 81-83
021 335 46 60,021 335 46 65

Museums, Culture & Heritage In Bucharest Part VII

Curtea Veche (built as a place or residence during the rule of Vlad Tepes in the 15th century, now operates as a museum in the centre of the city )
Strada Franceză nr 21
021 314 0375

Palatul Cretulescu – Creulescu Palace – headquarters of UNESCO’s European Centre for Higher Education UNESCO-CEPES (known as CEPES after its French name, Centre Europeén pour l’enseignement supérieur).
Stirbei Voda nr 39

Academia Romana – The Romanian Academy
Calea Victoriei, nr 125 sector 1
0 21-212 8640

Casa memoriala “Constantin Joja” – The Memorial House of Constantin Joja (one of the most prominent 20th century figures who sustained the cause of the traditional Romanian architectural styles and militated for their large-scale employment)
Str Ion Slatineanu nr 4
021 6593210

Casa memoriala “George si Agatha Bacoovia” – The Memorial House of George and Agatha Bacovia
(George Bacovia- Romanian Symbolist poet)
Strada George Bacovia nr. 63, Sector 4
021 332 45 47

Casa memoriala “Ion Minulescu”-The Memorial House of Ion Minulescu (Romanian avant-garde poet, novelist, short story writer, journalist, literary critic, and playwright)
B-dul Dr. Gheorghe Marinescu nr. 19, et. 2, ap. 12, sector 6

Casa memoriala “Liviu Rebreanu” – The Memorial House of Liviu Rebreanu (Romanian novelist, playwright, writer, and journalist)
B-dul Dr. Gheorghe Marinescu nr. 19, ap.11, sector 6

Casa memoriala “Tudor Arghezi” – The Memorial House of Tudor Arghezi ( Romanian writer, best known for his contribution to poetry and children’s literature)
Str. Mărţişor nr. 26, sector 5

Museums, Culture & Heritage In Bucharest Part VIII

Institutul Polonez – The Polish Cultural Center
Strada Popa Savu nr 28
021 224 4556

Institutul Goethe – The German Cultural Center
Str. Tudor Arghezi 8-10
021 3119762

Institutul Italian de Cultura Vito Grasso – The Italian Cultural Center
Aleea Alexandru nr 41
021 231 0880 / 85 / 87

Fundatia Soros – Sociological Research and more
Str Caderea Bastiliei nr 33, sector 1
021 212 1101 / 02

Centrul Cultural Spaniol Cervantes – The Spanish Cultural Center
Bd. Regina Elisabeta nr. 38, sector 5
021 210 27 37

Biblioteca Academiei Romane- Library of the Romanian Academy
Calea Victoriei, nr 125, Sector 1,,

Biblioteca Nationala a Romaniei – The National Romanian Library
Bd.Unirii nr.22, sector 3

Biblioteca Alexandru Odobescu – Library
Strada Oborul Nou nr 13

Biblioteca ASE(Academia de studii economice) – Library of the Economic Studies University
Piata Romana, nr. 6, sector 1

Museums, Culture & Heritage In Bucharest Part IX

Biblioteca Universitatii de Arhitectura Urbanism Ion Mincu – Library of the Architecture and Urbanism University
Str. Academiei nr. 18-20, sector 1

Biblioteca UMF Carol Davila – Library of the UMF Carol Davila University
Bulevardul Eroii Sanitari nr 8
021 318 0862

Biblioteca Universitatii de Stiinte Agronomice – Library of the Agronomic Sciences and Veterinary Medicine University
Bulevardul Mărăști nr 59
021 318 2266

Biblioteca Universitatii Politehnice – Library of the Polytechnic University
Splaiul Independentei 313 Corp C

Galeria de Arta Anaid – Art Gallery
Strada Slobozia, nr. 34
021 337 11 87

Galeria Galateca – Art Gallery
2-4 C.A.Rosetti sector 1

Galeria Orizont – Art Gallery
Bulevardul Nicolae Bălcescu 23A
021 315 8922

Biblioteca “British Council” – British Library- Cultural center
Calea Dorobantilor nr 14
021 307 9600

Arhivele Nationale ale Romaniei – The Romanian National Archives
Bd. Regina Elisabeta nr. 49, sector 5
021/313 18 38

Biblioteca Centrala Universitara Carol I – Library – Art gallery
str. Boteanu nr. 1, sector 1
021-312 01 08

Museums, Culture & Heritage In Bucharest Part X

Centrul Cultural “ArtSociety” – Cultural center – Art Gallery
str. C. A. Rosetti, nr. 5, sector 1
021 210 30 16

Circul Globus – Circus
Aleea Circului nr 15, sector 2
(021) 210.51.52

Ateneul Roman – Romanian Atheneum
Strada Benjamin Franklin 1-3
021 315 2567

Opera Nationala Romana- National Romanian Opera
Bd. Mihail Kogălniceanu 70-72, sect. 5

Studio de concerte Radio -National Radio Orchestra
Sala Radio – Concert Hall and more
Str. General Berthelot, Nr. 60-64
021-303.12.11 / 021-303.15.17

Sala Palatului – Concert Hall and more
Strada Ion Campineanu, Nr.28,

Sala Polivalenta- Concert Hall and more
Calea Piscului nr.10, sector 4
021 316.72.76

Bucharest Theatres

Enjoy The Opera And Much, Much More In Romania's Capitol City

Theatres In Bucharest Part I

Teatrul National Ion Luca Caragiale
Adress:Nicolae Balcescu nr 2
021 313 9175

Studio de Teatru Casandra
Adress: Strasa Franceza nr 9
021.310.35.74; 021.315.69.75

Teatrul Bulandra
Adress: Schitu Magureanu nr 1
0372 113 700, 0372 113 701,

Teatrul de Comedie
Adress: Sfantul Dumitru nr 2
021 315 9137

Teatrul Evreiesc de Stat(Jewish theater)
Adress:Iuliu Barasch nr 15
021 323 4530

Teatrul Excelsior (for children)
Adress: Academiei nr 28
021 315 9720

Teatrul Ion Creanga (for children)
Adress: Lipscani nr 53

Teatrul Masca
Adress: Uverturii nr 70-72
021 430 5069

Teatrul Mic
Adress:Constantin Mille nr 16
021 314 70 81

Theatres In Bucharest Part II

Teatrul Foarte Mic
Adress: Bdul Carol nr 21
021 314 09 05

Teatrul Notarra
Adress: Bdul Gheorghe Magheru nr 20
021 318 8901

Teatrul Odeon
Adress:Calea Victoriei nr 40-42
021 314 7234

Teatrul de Revista Constantin Tanase
Adress: Calea Victoriei nr 33
0722 434 986

Teatrul Tandarica(for children)
Adress: General Eremia Grigorescu nr 24
021 315 23 77

Teatrul Act
Adress: Calea Victoriei nr 126
0723.10.31.03 / 021 310.31.03

Teatrul Fara Frontiere
Adress: Albac nr 15

Teatrul de Arta
Adress:Sfantul Stefan nr 21
0727 904932

Teatrul in Culise
Adress: Piata Natiunile Unite Nr 3-5
021 320 2059

Theatres In Bucharest Part III

Teatrul Montage
Adress: Calea Calarasi nr 94
021 322 52 26

Teatrul Metropolis
Adress: Mihai Eminescu nr 89

Adress:Batistei, nr 14

Black Box Studio Sud
Adress:Berceni, nr 24
0723 865 530

Cultural center for UNESCO “Nicolaes Balcescu”
Adress: 11 Iunie, nr 41
021 336 4340

Passe- Partout “Dan Puric”
Adress:Lipscani, nr 53
021 315 89 80
0761 319 819

Godot Cafe-Theater
Adress:Blanari, nr 14
021 316 1682

La Scena
Adress: Calea Calarasi nr 55
021 320 3567

Lorgean Theater
Adress: Sipotul Fantaniilor nr 4
0723 246 870

Theatres In Bucharest Part IV

Teatrelli, music, theater & more
Adress: Piata Alexandru, Lahovari, nr 7

Teatrul 7
Adress: Popa Rusu, nr 30
0720 972 945

Teatrul Apropo
Adress: Strada Foisorului, nr 160

Teatrul de pe Lipscani
Adress: Lipscani, nr 53

Teatrul de sufragerie
Adress: Grigore Cobalcescu nr 51

Teatrul Elisabeta
Adress:Regina Elisabeta nr 45

Teatrul Logos
Adress: Visinilor nr 17 (Hala Traian)

Teatrul Luni de la Green Hours
Adress: Calea Victoriei nr 120
0788 452 485

Teatrul Mignon
Adress:Hristo Botev nr 1

Teatrul Rosu
Adress: Baratiei nr 31

Theatres In Bucharest Part V

Teatrul Tabu
Adress: Piata Rosetti nr 5
0754 638 715

Adress: Ilfov nr 1

Teatrul de opereta “Ion Dacian”
Adress: Srada Sperantei nr 21
313 63 48; 004 0766 550 552

Opera comica pentru copii (for children)
Adress: Calea Giulesti nr 16
021 319 2819

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