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Senate of Romania


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Senate of Romania

The Romanian Senate is in the Revolution Square in front of the National Museum of Art of Romania. It is a neoclassical building that finished construction in 1948, after the Second World War, when the country went through a transition to the hands of the Communists. It later housed the headquarters of the Communist Party Central Committee.You will notice a sadly famous balcony, which has been there since December 21, 1989. This is where Nicolas Ceausescu, desperate for a popular revolution in Germany and other countries of the Soviet bloc, delivered his last speech before being interrupted by angry people.

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An inspirational building! Has a lot of history in it.


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