"Capital" Streets District

Interesting
It is pleasant to stroll through the smart district lying either side of Strada Paris, to admire its neo-Romanian and neo-Gothic luxury villas, built by Bucharest's rich in the 1920s and 1930s. Some now house museums, giving visitors the chance to admire their interiors. A sense of disorientation is understandable among these streets named as they are after world capitals, such as Strada Washington.

Useful information

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Strada Paris

Nearby tourist attractions

National Museum of Old Maps and Books (Muzeul National al Hartilor si Cartii Vechi)
National Museum of Old Maps and Books (Muzeul National al Hartilor si Cartii Vechi)
In the rooms, lit through the lovely
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National Museum of Old Maps and Books (Muzeul National al Hartilor si Cartii Vechi)
National Museum of Old Maps and Books (Muzeul National al Hartilor si Cartii Vechi)
In the rooms, lit through the lovely
1:00
Romanian Rural Museum
Romanian Rural Museum
This vast neo-Romanian building (1912
2:00
Zambaccian Museum
Zambaccian Museum
Romanian painters of the late 19C and
1:30
G. Enescu Museum / Cantacuzino Palace
G. Enescu Museum / Cantacuzino Palace
An essential visit for music lovers,
1:00
Museum of Art Collections
Museum of Art Collections
This museum was inaugurated in 1978 to
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Romanian Athenaeum
Romanian Athenaeum
The jewel of "Little Paris", the
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Piata Revolutiei
Piata Revolutiei
The hub of Romanian political life, this
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Church of Kretulescu
Church of Kretulescu
This red-brick church (1722) is typical
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