Brancusi's Table of Silence commemoratea the courage and sacrifice of Romanian civilians who in 1916 fought off a German invasion.

Brancusi "Table of Silence" (Targu-Jiu, Romania / In the city of Targu Jiu, in Oltenia province on the southern border of the Carpathian Mountains)

"A colourful place to visit: Bucharest, the Capital of Romania.Photo by Bucuresti Optimist via Facebook .www.romaniasfriends.com /Bucharest photo break

"A colourful place to visit: Bucharest, the Capital of Romania. Photo by Bucuresti Optimist

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, Romanias 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

Costantin Brancusi. Endless Column, Târgu Jiu, Romania, ( 1918/1938) -  The concept of Brancusi's column inspired the Citylife Tower in Milan by Arata Isozaki and Andrea Maffei. The vertical continuation of the convex modules, has been reproduced by the architects in the tallest skyscraper of Italy increasing the effect of a never ending tower.

Endless Column, Târgu Jiu, Romania, ( - The vertical continuation of the convex modules, has been reproduced by the architects in the tallest skyscraper of Italy increasing the effect of a never ending tower.

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