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Fireman MuseumFireman Museum
Museums and memorial Houses
Bucuresti,
Sector 2,
B-dul Ferdinand nr. 33
Tel.: 021 252 28 84
-59
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Exhibits maps, weapons, special devices of the firemen.
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The University PalaceThe University Palace
Palaces and historical vestiges
Bucuresti,
Sector 1,
Bd. Regina Elisabeta nr. 4-12
-10
Here functions the oldest institution of university education in Bucharest.
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Curtea Veche ChurchCurtea Veche Church
Religious buildings
Bucuresti,
Sector 4,
Str. Sepcari nr. 22A
-11
Curtea Veche Church is the oldest church in Bucharest.
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Mihai Vodã MonasteryMihai Vodã Monastery
Religious buildings
Bucuresti,
Sector 5,
Str. Sapientei nr. 35
-12
The monastery it was built by the great voivode Michael the Brave.
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Plumbuita Monastery Plumbuita Monastery
Religious buildings
Bucuresti,
Sector 2,
Str. Plumbuita nr. 58
-13
The complex includes the Church, the Belfry, the Cells and the Royal House.
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Fundenii Doamnei MonasteryFundenii Doamnei Monastery
Religious buildings
Bucuresti,
Sector 2,
Str. Teiului nr. 1
-14
Edifice realized through the efforts of Mihai Cantacuzino.
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Kretzulescu ChurchKretzulescu Church
Religious buildings
Bucuresti,
Sector 1,
Calea Victoriei nr. 45A
-15
Monument synthesizing in its architecture the art of Brancoveanu Epoch.
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The Arch of TriumphThe Arch of Triumph
Monuments and statues
Bucuresti,
Sector 1,
P-ta Arcul de Triumf
-16
Commemorating the victory of the romanian armies in World War I.
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