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This really is a MUST see place, don't be put off by the fact that it's a cemetery. It covers a vast area &would take hours to see it all if not days! Romanians like to be prepared for death & save most of their...More
Old as time itself. Greedy for life as death. You could walk through it for hours and contemplate at the meaning of life and at the stupidity of man for choosing death over life. Very many writers, actors, singers, state men, as well simple people...More
The Serban Voda cemetery - known as Bellu Cemetery - was established in 1852, by donating an important land of the former justice minister Barbu Bellu.
The cemetery is situated near Piata Eroii Revolutiei Square (Revolution Heroes Square).
In this cemetery were buried the most...More
You can feel the respect for the past, the respect for the memory of those who left us. It is a place that requires silence and respect. A place where the cemetery administration are doing excellent his duty. It is the only cemetery in Bucharest...More
Bellu Cemetery is a beautiful Gothic graveyard from the 1850s, where Romanian notables lie. Travel bloggers including La Carmina came her during the Experience Romania press trip and conference. The undead tales of the strigoi (Romania vampires) seem to come to life here, amidst the...More
"Glory on Earth, happiness on Heavens": this optimistic quotation welcomes the visitors and the forthcoming residents of Bellu Cemetery (Cimitirul Bellu). It is the most interesting cemetery in Bucharest and a special place for Romanians, but it could be hardly defined as an attraction. Here,...More