Cotroceni Palace
B-dul Geniului nr. 1, 060116 Bucuresti Route Planner
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Tue-Sun 9.30am-5.30pm


The voivod Serban Cantacuzino founded a monastery here in 1679. Following the marriage of Ferdinand and Marie, architect Paul Gottereau built the main palace in 1893, to which was added a group of neo-Romanian buildings. Called the "palace of the pioneers" under communism, Cotroceni is today the presidential residence. The visit takes in passages under arcading, an oriental room and the queen's room.


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