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The national capital and largest city of Romania, Bucharest earned the nickname of the ‘Little Paris’ during the World Wars for its remarkable lineup of medieval and neoclassical architecture. Some stellar highlights here include a 300 year old church, a steel-and-glass office building, Romanian Athenaeum and world’s second biggest superstructure called Palace of Parliament.Casa Poporului (People's House or Parliament Palace)
Parliament Palace is the world’s biggest parliament house and the second biggest building after the American Department of Defense, Pentagon. It was built by Romania’s former dictator Nicolae Ceausescu in 1984 and spans 12 stories, 3100 rooms across 330,000 sq meters. More than a tenth of the city was reconstructed to accommodate this iconic superstructure.Ateneul Roman (Romanian Athenaeum)
The Romanian Athenaeum is Bucharest’s most famous concert hall and is home to two annual international music festivals. It is an ornate, 19th century neoclassic building that seeks to unite architecture with arts and music. On its inside is displayed a large fresco depicting the most significant moments of Romanian history.Muzeul Na?ional de Arta al Romaniei (National Art Museum of Romania)
National Art Museum of Romania is housed inside a remarkable 19th century royal palace in Bucharest. It features collections of medieval and modern Romanian Art by the royal family and also by various noted European artists. Since 1945, this museum has been holding the largest exhibition of French paintings in Central Europe, and its stellar highlights include the masterpieces - ‘A Crucifixion,’ ‘Christ at the Column’ and ‘The Four Seasons- Winter’ - all belong to the Medieval Period.