Hall named Country Romanian and Moldavian prince was completed before 1989 and was intended for hall of Protocol at the highest level, "the seminar room of documents and negotiations.
This is one of the most impressive rooms of the palace (with the largest height of around 20 meters, and second in size - 2040 meters) and is located in the main axis of the palace, opening a large balcony to the market Constitution and Union Blvd.
With a pink background, the room has an eclectic architecture, with the main element of composition employed Capitel column Corinthian style column and time processed with traditional ornaments Brancoveanu style architecture. The columns are of white marble Ruschita.
Monumental doors carved with decorative motifs, placed in frames and masks marble radiators cast in brass, richly ornamented are other elements involved in the inner architecture of the room.
The ceiling is composed of seven skylights fast, the cross hall, made of sheet gold, and is tailored canopy (candelabrum hidden).
The curtains of the room are of brocade velvet, embroidered with gold thread. On the background wall is a strong central arch, contour light, flanked by two columns.
And this room must have driver's throne, and for the proper performance of its building had a balcony where the orchestra was installed with a capacity of 31 people, with access to a higher level.
Thus, the hall hosted the 1995 concert conducted by Yehudi Menuhin, the reopening of the International Music Festival "George Enescu".