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Address: Piata Presei Libere 1 (as it is still universally known) was designed by architect Horia Maicu.
The building is a smaller replica of the Lomonosov University in Moskow - Russia (inaugurated in 1953).
Today, the massive auditorium plays host to various conferences and events, including some of the George Enescu International Festival concerts. Banquets and official events are still hosted in the ballrooms, while the upstairs area is reserved for the army's library, as well as offices and classrooms for officer instruction.
The main part of the building is off-limits to civilians, but the sumptuous restaurant and summer terrace is open to the public. Address: Calea Victoriei 11 - 13 Boasting one of the most impressive neoclassical facades in the city, this structure was built in the 19th century to the design of French architect Paul Gottereanu (who between 18 designed more than 50 buildings in the city, to house the first Romanian Savings Bank.
Between the two world wars, Calea Victoriei developed into one of the most fashionable streets in the city.
It was on this stage that Nicolae Ceausescu would deliver his vision of a multilaterally developed socialist society. Regina Elisabeta 21 Tel: 021 3 Standing guard imposingly, this neoclassical masterpiece, designed by Romanian architect Dimitrie Maimaroiu, was built in 1912 to serve the social, cultural and educational needs of the Romanian army. Between 19, the House of the Free Press housed almost all of Romania's capital printing presses and headquarters of print media companies.Today, Casa Presei Libere carries out much the same function but the southern wing is now the home of the Bucharest Stock Exchange.Inside the concert hall, voluptuous frescoes cover the ceiling and walls. Renowned worldwide for its outstanding acoustics, it is Bucharest's most prestigious concert hall and home of the Romanian George Enescu Philharmonic. Address: Calea Victoriei 47 Nestled amid the other historical buildings in Piata Revolutiei, this small red-brick Orthodox church was built in 1722 by the great chancellor Iordache Kretzulescu and his wife, Safta (a daughter of Constantin Brancoveanu) in the Brancovenesti architectural style.