Hall of Fame and the hall of the House of People Added Journals

Gallery is a long corridor of 150 m and 18 m wide, with sliding door oak in three distinct areas, and leads to the key areas of buildings.
Specifically, it is in the east side of the building and a corresponding openness to Union Square.

As a finish, with stucco ceilings are made of plaster, with floral elements, and are based on elements of architecture inspired Brancoveanu. Floor central area is designed as a large carpet, beige with white marble and deer, and a border of decorative elements, composition in the composition which, in addition to those of white marble and beige Ruschita deer, and red and May enter Moneasa black.

Gallery has 34 columns supporting the octagonal vaults are made of white marble and decorative elements carved in marble and pink Ruschita.

It is naturally lit by 14 windows and doors-windows. Lighting is completed and the 67 crystal chandeliers. Decor they repeat in each side of the Gallery of Honor Plan Zone 1 of the House of Parliament.

An interesting element is the sliding door separating the two three sections. These doors are made of oak wood on metal frame with glass crystal decorations, wood applications. Masks that conceal the radiator niches are made of brass with floral elements, with all the style Brancovan as source of inspiration, performed by artists. Luminaires are made of brass and crystal Medias. Curtains and carpets are made in English reds Siena.

Here are two monumental stairs, with each fereastă a high of 16 m, covered with curtains that are washed by hand, each weighing about 250 kg. This part of the Palace (the Hall of Fame and stairways) was restored to more than 5 times because of Ceausescu's desire to see the work done at 1:1 scale models. Ladders are a step height of only 14-16 cm, specially ordered to match the height of children of managers, who would not tire climbing.


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