Bucharest - Romania's capital
The capital of Romania, Bucharest - interestinga place that has preserved the charm of the Middle Ages, and modern buildings fit perfectly into the urban architecture. Therefore, large boulevards, splendid monuments, surrounded by park - like this will appear in front of you in Bucharest.
This is one of the clearest examples of the creation of the Romanianarchitects. The style in which the building is constructed, is called brankoveansky and combines the features of the Venetian and Ottoman architecture. The modern appearance of the palace is somewhat different from the original, because the building was rebuilt several times, but its oldest part is preserved in its original form.
Botanical Garden Dimitrie Brandza
Garden base year is 1860 minutes. A little later, in 1884, it was moved to its present location. The initiator of this became Dimitrije Branlza, whose name and has a garden.
The park covers a huge area of 17.5 hectares. This quarter occupied indoor greenhouse. Here you can visit the specialized departments and appreciate the beauty of rare plants. The park is divided rosaries, an Italian garden and a garden of irises, and are equipped with numerous ponds.
The construction period took place in the early 20th century(1901 - 1903 years). The building's architecture combines just three styles: art nouveau, Rococo and Neoclassicism. On the facade of the building, you will see both openwork stucco, balconies and elegant, and the portal, decorated with wrought iron lions. The interior of the palace, hitting its luxury, fully preserved: old paintings in heavy frames, plush carpets and furniture, tapestries and stained glass windows.
On Palace Square is George MuseumEnescu - famous composer. The exposition presented his personal belongings. In addition, the ballroom and concert hall often used for musical performances and dance evenings are held here.
Construction of the temple was completed in 1658. Located at the top of the Metropolitan Cathedral of the hill. The building was built in brynkovyanskom style, but numerous restructuring almost completely changed his appearance. And on the old age of the temple speak only typical of the Byzantine style semi-circular arches. The facade of the cathedral is decorated with rich stucco, floral ornaments and images of saints.
Curtea Veche (The Rector's Palace)
Fortress dating from XIV - XV centuries, it wasthe residence of the princes. It has been expanded and equipped with Vlad Tepes (the famous Dracula) and Constantine Brancoveanu. Rector's Palace includes the palace, the prince's Chancellery, the Church, as well as stables and gardens. The main part of the complex was destroyed and the ruins and are the foundation of the museum.