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This hospital is dating from 1704. The original building was destroyed by an earthquake in 1802.
The present neo-classical building was built in 1888. The facade was recently renovated and so the building looks better than ever.
The hospital is now a municipal health center,...More
It is the first hospital in Bucharest, built in 1704, to be a hospital for the poor (according to Lazzaro hospital model in Venice).
The hospital has been expanded and renovated over the years.
In the courtyard of the hospital a church at the end...More
I nothing to see more than a picture taken from the outside because is like personel of the security said that you have to be a pacient to see the value of the building so keep safe and just pass by this so called Monument...More
Visit the buildings at the other side of the Boulevar from the Old Town. From behind the Intercontinental Hotel, up to Plata Romana, on that side of the main Boulevar, there are many examples of good Austrian /French architecture, with Russian influences, quite typical, this...More
Having passed next to this beautiful building countless time, it is apparent that it has been somehow neglected during the last couple of years.
Still, the hospital looks palatial, despite the obvious wear&tear.
This is a beautiful and impressive building on the Main Street in Bucharest. We stayed in an apartment directly opposite it so we're blessed to see it every day. It is worth researching the history before your visit or taking it in as part of...More
Well, "Spitalul Coltea," as it is known in the Romanian Language, is just a few steps from Piata Universitatii, from Intercontinental Hotel. Yes, it is a renown hospital, and for many may bring back either bad or good memories, but for me it is the...More