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This is not a museum, just three small rooms, with photos, posters, some relikvias from Enescu. It is a shame that the greatest Roumanian composer doesn't get more. The flooer is in terrible condition as the walls. On our question why is it in such...More
This superb building even though in desperate need of repairs still maintains the architectural sophistication of a world-class building. The sides and back of this building are just as nice as its facade.
The palace is beautiful inside and out but the Georges Enesco exhibit is disappointing. Visiting his home which is also a museum, in Sinaia I learned much more about him as a man and his work.
Don’t bother with the photo permit: it’s expensive and...More
This beautiful palace characterized from luxury and raffinement of Belle Epoque, has been built between 1901 and 1903 from Gheorge Grigore Cantacuzino, Mayor of Bucharest, later a Primeminster. The widow of his son, Mihail G. Cantacuzino, married the famous componist, musician and interpret George Enescu....More
Probably one of the most interesting & most beautiful houses (it was a house before a museum) I have ever seen inside & out. His private piano room is so ornate and beautiful it was crazy to think it was just his house when he...More
The building that houses the Enescu Museum is worth a visit just to get a glimpse of the opulent Bucharest social setting might've look like in the 1930's. The Enescu memorabilia are well selected and nicely displayed. If you can, try to get tickets to...More
This is worth seeing for the palace and is close to the muzeul colectiilor de arta.
If you like George Enescu's music it is a must however otherwise there are exhibits of his personnel possessions (medals and clothes etc) which are interesting and of course...More