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Parliament Palace

Parliament House building is situated in the center of Bucharest (in 5), the place which today is called Arsenal Hill, classified by Izvor Street to the west and northwest, UN Avenue north of Liberty Avenue to the east and Route 13 September in the south. The building, with a developed area of 330,000 hectares, is entered in the Guinness Book of Records "in the" buildings ", number 2 in the world after the Pentagon building, and in terms of volume, with the 2,550,000 m³...

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Appointments, entry charge and schedule for the Parliament Palace

If you want to visit the largest, most expensive and most difficult administrative building in the world should pay a tax of 15 RON. Pensioners, students and students have free access, but must submit the entry card for students, that pension coupon. Visits are made every day, between 10.00 and 16.00, individually or in groups. Tours organized by the International Conference Center (CIC), is contramandeaza, but, if in the halls held conferences or seminars. Education...

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History since 1989

Since 1997, the building has housed Romania's Chamber of Deputies, which had previously been housed in the Palace of the Patriarchy; the Romanian Senate joined them there in 2005, having previously been housed in the former Communist Party Central Committee building. The Palace also contains a massive array of miscellaneous conference halls, salons, etc. used for a wide variety of other purposes.In 2002, Costa Gavras shot scenes of Amen movie in the Palace to represent the ...

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Construction

The grand hall, the large space in the wall was intended to contain a large painting of Ceauşescu, which was never carried out because of the RevolutionDuring the construction in 1986Built on the site of a hill variously known as Spirii Hill, Uranus Hill, or Arsenal Hill, which was largely razed for this megaproject, the building anchors the west end of Unirii Boulevard and Centrul Civic. Constructing the Palace and Centrul Civic required demolishing much of Bucharest's hist...

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Description

The Palace measures 270 m by 240 m, 86 m high, and 92 m under ground. It has 1,100 rooms, 2 underground parking garages and is 12 stories tall, with four additional underground levels currently available and in use, with another four in different stages of completion.The structure combines elements and motifs from multiple sources, in an eclectic neoclassical architectural style. The building is constructed entirely of materials of Romanian origin. Estimates of the materials ...

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Parliament Palace
Parliament House building is situated in the center of Bucharest (in 5), the pla...
Appointments, entry charge and...
If you want to visit the largest, most expensive and most difficult administrati...
Nicolae Ceausescu
Nicolae Ceauşescu ( 26 January 1918 – 25 December 1989) was the Secretary...
Elena Ceausescu
(Romanian pronunciation: [eˈlena tʃauˈʃesku]; January 7, 1916 – Decemb...
History since 1989
Since 1997, the building has housed Romania's Chamber of Deputies, which had p...
Construction
The grand hall, the large space in the wall was intended to contain a large pain...
Description
The Palace measures 270 m by 240 m, 86 m high, and 92 m under ground. It has 1,1...
Rules for visiting the Palace ...
Intentionally leaving the tour route is considered "... penetration, in violatio...
Hall of Nicholas Balcescu
The walls are of pink marble Ruschita and drapes with brocades are woven in silk...
History of the building since ...
Since 1994 the building work the Chamber of Deputies, after the initial headquar...