Coltea Hospital (Spitalul Coltea)



The oldest hospital in Bucharest, dating from 1704, Coltea was built on land belonging to the Vacaresti family, who at the time owned many of the great prosperities of the capital. The original building was destroyed by an earthquake in 1802, and the neoclassical building standing today dates from 1888. The church next to the hospital is the original 1701 construction, and is currently undergoing much-needed renovation. The hospital remains a functioning public health centre; you may enter only if you have official business. The church, however, is open to all, and the saintly silhouettes on the ceiling are admirable.


Poza Cismigiu Garden (Gradina Cismigiu)

Cismigiu Garden (Gradina Cismigiu)


Designed in 1845 by the German landscape architect Carl Meyer, the garden opened to the public in 1860. The name, Cismigiu, comes from the Turkish ci...


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Poza University Square (Piata Universita

University Square (Piata Universitatii)


Buzzing with crowds and traffic from early morning until late at night, this area is one of the most popular meeting places in Bucharest. The square b...


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Poza The Arch of Triumph (Arcul de Trium

The Arch of Triumph (Arcul de Triumf)


Address: Piata Arcul de Triumf
Initially built of wood in 1922 to honor the bravery of Romanian soldiers who fought in World War I, Bucharest's...


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Poza Herastrau Park (Parcul Herastrau)

Herastrau Park (Parcul Herastrau)


Spread over some 400 acres, from the Arch of Triumph to the Baneasa Bridge, the park is home to numerous attractions, including a boat rental complex,...


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