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This old bank building hails from a period when banks displayed their solidity with bricks and mortar. This building would feel at home on a Paris boulevard.
Unfortunately, its not possible to enter the building but its has a stunning exterior.
This corner used to be one of the most important places for Commerce and Industry. Today you'll find offices and a charming antiques and art flea market, where you'll find antique jewelry, medals and helmets from the wars, and old tools and knick knacks.
This is yet another beautiful building on Calea Victoriei with extremely stunning architecture. It's difficult not to be impressed by the former grandeur of Bucharest, particularly in contrast with some of the dilapidated buildings.
no matter if is one or many this building is impresive,located near old city in the victoria street its a good place to start walking up the road too see and the other monuments and buildings,acros the road from c.e.c is the history museum
I wish it can be visited. The construction works started in 1897, an event attended by King Carol I and Queen Elisabeth themselves, and the building was inaugurated in 1900. Paul Gottereau was the architect in charge with the design, and he successfully lent a...More
A magnificent neoclassical building opened in 1900 as the bank's HQ and which from the outside looks like a railway station with it great cast-iron dome rising above the central part. Unfortunately it was closed whenever I passed do I didn't have the opportunity to...More