The historic core or Bucharest (or let's say what is left of it) extends from Unirii square to the north east and west of Calea Victoriei, a long street running from north to south across Bucharest. Here there are several interesting buildings and churches, most dating back to the 19th century (neoclassical architecture) and the baroque period. Some government buildings are also on this street.
01 Romanian Athenaeum 02 Romanian Athenaeum 03 Romanian Athenaeum concert hall 04 Caju cafe
05 Central university library Carol I 06 Central university library Carol I 07 Ministry of internal affairs 08 Revolution square
09 Skateboarding on Revolution square 10 Skateboarding on revolution square 11 Iuliu Maniu statue 12 Iuliu Maniu statue 13 Fountain
14 Grand Hotel Continental 15 Odeon theatre 16 Biserica Zlatari church 17 Zlatari church reflection 18 Zlatari church reflection
19 Biserica Zlatari church 20 Biserica Zlatari 21 National museum of Romanian history 22 Biserica Buna Vestire church
23 Biserica Buna Vestire church 24 Biserica Buna Vestire church 25 Baratia church
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