Roman Square & Dacia Blvd.

Piața Romană & Bulevardul Dacia

(Roman Square & Dacia Blvd.)

Piața Romană subway

Piața Romană subway

Sinagoga Ieşua Tova (Yeshua Tova Synagogue, Bucharest)

Sinagoga Ieşua Tova (Yeshua Tova Synagogue, Bucharest)

29, Take Ionescu Str. - Dr. Răuțoiu House

29, Take Ionescu Str. – Dr. Răuțoiu House

1, Piața Romană - Nicolae Petrașcu House (1907, archit. Ion Mincu, Neo-Romanian style)

1, Piața Romană – Nicolae Petrașcu House (1907, archit. Ion Mincu, Neo-Romanian style)

3, Piața Romană - Calleya House (archit. Octave Calleya)

3, Piața Romană – Calleya House (archit. Octave Calleya)

5, Piața Romană - Gheorghe Petrașcu House (1913, arch. Spiridon Ceganeanu, Neo-Romanian style)

5, Piața Romană – Gheorghe Petrașcu House (1913, arch. Spiridon Ceganeanu, Neo-Romanian style)

ASE - The Bucharest University of Economic Studies

ASE – The Bucharest University of Economic Studies

7, Piața Romană - Nanu-Muscel House (~1890, archit. I. D. Berindey, Louis XV & Louis XVI styles)

7, Piața Romană – Nanu-Muscel House (~1890, archit. I. D. Berindey, Louis XV & Louis XVI styles)

8, Piața Romană - Sabba Ștefănescu House, (art nouveau, arch. Oscar Maugsch)

8, Piața Romană – Sabba Ștefănescu House, (art nouveau, arch. Oscar Maugsch)

12, Dacia Blvd. - Casa Scarlat Kretulescu - Muzeul Literaturii Române (Kretzulescu House - Museum of the Romanian Literature, 1839)

12, Dacia Blvd. – Casa Scarlat Kretulescu – Muzeul Literaturii Române (Kretzulescu House – Museum of the Romanian Literature, 1839)

Sheraton Hotel, Bucharest

Sheraton Hotel, Bucharest

Virgil Madgearu Economical College, Bucharest

Virgil Madgearu Economical College, Bucharest

59, Dacia Blvd.

59, Dacia Blvd.

61, Dacia Blvd (eng. E. Prager)

61, Dacia Blvd (eng. E. Prager)

16, Dacia Blvd.

16, Dacia Blvd.

67, Dacia Blvd. - Embassy of Egypt

67, Dacia Blvd. – Embassy of Egypt

75A, Dacia Blvd - House (~1925, eclectic style)

75A, Dacia Blvd – House (~1925, eclectic style)

77, Dacia Blvd. - Elvira Popescu French Institute

77, Dacia Blvd. – Elvira Popescu French Institute

8, Polonă Str., Constantin Geblescu Villa (1912, arch Petre Antonescu, French-Reneissance eclectic style with baroque elements)

8, Polonă Str., Constantin Geblescu Villa (1912, arch Petre Antonescu, French-Reneissance eclectic style with baroque elements)

52, Dacia Blvd, Dr. Petre Herescu Villa (1911-1913, arch. Grigore Cerchez & Alexandru Clavel, romantic with neo-gothic style)

52, Dacia Blvd, Dr. Petre Herescu Villa (1911-1913, arch. Grigore Cerchez & Alexandru Clavel, romantic with neo-gothic style)

54, Dacia Blvd. - George Desliu Villa

54, Dacia Blvd. – George Desliu Villa

56, Dacia Blvd - Alfred Eugen Gheorghiu Villa

56, Dacia Blvd – Alfred Eugen Gheorghiu Villa

58, Dacia Blvd. - Constantin Câmpeanu Villa, Embassy of Belgium (1921-1924, arch. V.Asquini & E.Gunes, classicizing manner, post-Art Nouveau, Art Deco)

58, Dacia Blvd. – Constantin Câmpeanu Villa, Embassy of Belgium (1921-1924, arch. V.Asquini & E.Gunes, classicizing manner, post-Art Nouveau, Art Deco)

60, Dacia Blvd. - Mincu Villa (eclectic-Neo-Romanian style)

60, Dacia Blvd. – Mincu Villa (eclectic-Neo-Romanian style)

79, Dacia Blvd. - Maria Ioanidi Villa (1911, arch. I.D.Berindey, eclectic style with romantic decorations)

79, Dacia Blvd. – Maria Ioanidi Villa (1911, arch. I.D.Berindey, eclectic style with romantic decorations)

81, Dacia Blvd. - Săbăreanu-Leonida House (1925, arch. I.D.Berindey, symplified Louis XV style)

81, Dacia Blvd. – Săbăreanu-Leonida House (1925, arch. I.D.Berindey, symplified Louis XV style)

83, Dacia Blvd. - Commander Alexandru Cătuneanu Villa (1915, arch. Paul Smărăndescu, Neo-Romanian style)

83, Dacia Blvd. – Commander Alexandru Cătuneanu Villa (1915, arch. Paul Smărăndescu, Neo-Romanian style)

Piața Spania (Spain Square)

Piața Spania (Spain Square)

76-78, Dacia Blvd. - General Henri Cihoschi House (1934, arch. Dem. Savulescu, Art Deco style)

76-78, Dacia Blvd. – General Henri Cihoschi House (1934, arch. Dem. Savulescu, Art Deco style)

Piața Spania - Writer Barbu Brezianu lived here

Piața Spania – Writer Barbu Brezianu lived here

99, Dacia Blvd.

99, Dacia Blvd.

101, Dacia Blvd.

101, Dacia Blvd.

117, Dacia Blvd. - Cantemir Vodă National College, Bucharest (1926, arch. Virgina Haret & N. Stănescu, Neo-Romanian style)

117, Dacia Blvd. – Cantemir Vodă National College, Bucharest (1926, arch. Virgina Haret & N. Stănescu, Neo-Romanian style)

105, Dacia Blvd. - Nottara Memorial Musuem

105, Dacia Blvd. – Nottara Memorial Museum

141, Dacia Blvd. - Writer Mircea Eliade lived here

141, Dacia Blvd. – Writer Mircea Eliade lived here

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