Cotroceni Palace (Palatul Cotroceni), Bucharest
Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
Explore the collections of plastic and decorative arts, numismatics, and medals at Cotroceni Palace (Palatul Cotroceni). King Carol I of Romania commissioned a classical Venetian-style palace in 1888. The north wing, which houses the presidential residence, was added later. The older part of the palace is home to the National Museum. The museum shop sells postcards, guides, brochures, religious icons, glass objects, ceramics, and textiles by renowned artists. While at the palace, hop over to the church of the former monastery, which was destroyed by the orders of Nicolae Ceauşescu in 1984. You will need a valid ID to enter the museum. The rest of the palace is only open to visitors once a year, when the president decides to do so. A visit to Cotroceni Palace (Palatul Cotroceni) represents just the start of the adventure when you use our Bucharest vacation generator to plot your vacation.
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aujourd'hui résidence présidentielle , seule une partie de cette immense domaine se visite . Ce lieu permet de faire un saut dans l'histoire de la Roumanie à l'époque des rois et des reines ... Visite... read more »now presidential residence, only a part of this vast area can be visited. This place allows you to take a leap in the history of the Romania at the time of Kings and Queens... Visit by Appointment. So remember to call before your visit.show original
Cotroceni Palace is the seat of the President of Romania. Located in Bucharest, Boulevard Geniului. A part of the palace is open to public in 1991, when the Cotroceni National Museum was inaugurated. ... read more »
Romanian Presidential Residence, is a beautiful palace with large rooms, rare furniture and a impresive architecture.
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