Cotroceni Palace is the official residence of the President of Romania. It is located at Bulevardul Geniului, nr. 1, in Bucharest, Romania. The palace also houses the National Cotroceni Museum.

Foisorul de Foc is a 42-metre high building in Bucharest, Romania, between Obor, Calea Mo?ilor and Nerva-Traian. It was used in the past as an observation tower by the firemen.

The Village Museum is an open-air ethnographic museum located in the Herastrau Park, showcasing traditional Romanian village life. The museum extends to over 100,000 m², and contains 272 authentic peasant farms and houses from all over Romania.

The National Museum “George Enescu” was opened in the Cantacuzino Palace, one of the most beautiful buildings in Bucharest, a historical monument and one of the European Heritage Label buildings.

The Palace of the Parliament is the seat of the Parliament of Romania. Located on Dealul Arsenalului in central Bucharest, it is the second largest administrative building in the world, after The Pentagon in the United States.

The Romanian Orthodox Patriarchal Cathedral is a functioning religious and civic landmark, on Dealul Mitropoliei, in Bucharest, Romania. It is located near the Palace of the Chamber of Deputies of the Patriarchate of the Romanian Orthodox Church.

Theodor Aman Museum is located in Bucharest , CA Rosetti Street. The memorial contains a collection of paintings, graphics and sculpture, as well as working tools and other objects belonging to the painter and illustrator Theodor Aman (1831-1891).

The National Museum of the Romanian Peasant is a museum in Bucharest, Romania, with a collection of textiles, icons, ceramics, and other artifacts of Romanian peasant life.

The National Museum of Contemporary Art is a contemporary art museum in Bucharest, Romania. The museum is located in a new glass wing of the Palace of the Parliament, one of the largest administrative buildings in the world.

The Jewish Museum in Bucharest, Romania is located in the former Templul Unirea Sfânt? (United Holy Temple) synagogue, which survived both World War II and Nicolae Ceau?escu unscathed.

The Grigore Antipa National Museum of Natural History is a Natural History museum, located in Bucharest, Romania. It was originally established as the National Museum of Natural History on 3 November 1834. Image Map