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Revolution Square (Piata Revolutiei)

Calea Victoriei Boulevard, Bucharest, Romania
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Calea Victoriei Boulevard, Bucharest, Romania
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Reviewed 2 days ago

This is a required visitors spot if only to understand the modern hitory of this country. Protestors here were shot by the Communist police and secret service and which formed the start of the regime overthrow. Bullet holes are still visible and nearby is the...More

Thank nickpickles
Reviewed 2 days ago

Revolution Square, until 1989 is known as the Palace Square, houses several landmarks such as the Royal Palace, Athanaeum, the Memorial of Rebirth and Universuty of Bucharest Library. You can also see the building of the former Central Committee of the Romanian Communist Party, from...More

Thank yegorb306
Reviewed 2 days ago

For a square that held such a key role in the 89 revolution, this square is very understated, and disappointingly maintained. The symbolism of the monument is easy to miss was I not on a guided tour. Still a place to visit for a tourist,...More

Thank merwal64
Reviewed 5 days ago

Revolution Square is a nicec place with exciting history and close to the art museum. The trafic around the place is horrible and this destroys a bit of the atmosphere.

Thank Tanderups
Reviewed 6 days ago

main square, full of history, surrounded by nice buildings and art - the former Royal Palace, nowadays the National Museum of Art; Cretulescu Church, with more than 300 years history; the Romanian Athenee, the most important music hall, a symbol of the city; the National...More

Thank PopisteanuG
Reviewed 1 week ago

This is much better to be understood with a guide. Christi was able to explain the building, the balcony where Nicolae Ceausescu gave his last speech, the walk and cross of peace, the spear of freedom breaking through the cloud of communism monument, the memorial...More

Thank whimsi21
Reviewed 1 week ago

It was interesting to see this historic site with its unique monument to the revolution and the surrounding buildings

Thank Christine W
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

So much history on this square...the balcony where Ceausescu gave his last speech..the ending of communist statue...worth walking to..

Thank luckylou56
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Seemed that for somewhere so historic it looked a little bit run down, graffiti and broken monuments. Still worth a visit if only to remember what went on here.

Thank goafishing
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This gave us a real taste of Bucharest and recent history and thankfully we could view it from our hotel. Apart from the grand theatre, there are few statues/art to look at and nice little park to sit and watch the world go by. Oh...More

Thank RickieJ
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Laurence G
12 February 2016|
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Response from rwaygood | Reviewed this property |
If you go to the metro at the university it's just down the main road which takes you to the park (perpendicular from the train line) it's on the right hand side.
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