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The DOORWAYS of Bucharest – Part 1 (the Little Paris type)

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Bucharest

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George Enescu, Romania's greatest twentieth-century violinist and composer, once called this Art Nouveau classic on historic Calea Victoriei home. Today, the George Enescu National Museum honors his career

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George Enescu, Romania's greatest twentieth-century violinist and composer, once called this Art Nouveau classic on historic Calea Victoriei home. Today, the George Enescu National Museum honors his career

bucuresti - Jokey Club - 1938

bucuresti - Jokey Club - 1938

The Assan House (today "The Scientists's House"), Bucharest, Romania  Built between 1906-1914 by the engineer and industrialist G. Bazil Assan, was designed in French neoclassical style by the Romanian architect Ion D. Berindey, with majestic rooms having meaningful names: Mirrors and Chandeliers Room, Chess Room, Zodiac Room, Council Room or Edison Room.

The Assan House (today "The Scientists's House"), Bucharest, Romania Built between 1906-1914 by the engineer and industrialist G. Bazil Assan, was designed in French neoclassical style by the Romanian architect Ion D. Berindey, with majestic rooms having meaningful names: Mirrors and Chandeliers Room, Chess Room, Zodiac Room, Council Room or Edison Room.

**Living in Bucharest**  House on Vasile Alecsandri Street, Bucharest, Romania

**Living in Bucharest** House on Vasile Alecsandri Street, Bucharest, Romania

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The Macca House from Bucharest, Romania  The Main entrance Built between 1891-1900, designed by the Romanian architect Ion D. Berindey in Eclectic style with Art-Nouveau and Baroque influences, it hosts today the Institute of Archaeology "Vasile Pārvan".

The Macca House from Bucharest, Romania The Main entrance Built between 1891-1900, designed by the Romanian architect Ion D. Berindey in Eclectic style with Art-Nouveau and Baroque influences, it hosts today the Institute of Archaeology "Vasile Pārvan".

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