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The Central University Librabry is one of the most impressive buildings in Bucharest. It can be visited daily and the guides there will tell you all the history of the place, of the books and of the people that were influenced by this magnificent institution....More
Central University Library "Carol 1st" Bucharest is situated near Royal Palace and Romanian Athenaeum, in the building of the palace of the university foundation Carol 1st.
This palace is the work of the French architect Paul Gottereau, it was built between 1891 and 1893.
Located across the road from the Royal Palace, (now the National Museum of art of Romania Museum) where the first king resided, he brought higher education to the people by building a university library. Built in the late 1800’s it is consistent with the wave,...More
While not being open to the public, as far as I can tell, this is one of the most beautiful buildings in the city, standing in front of the former Royal palace.
The classical building is complimented by a beautiful statue of king Carol I.
The University Library building was the second most important library in Romania. It was located near Revolutionary Square and King Carol I Statue erected in front of it. Nice to take a few pictures from outside when you walked through the busy Victory Street to...More
I have seen only from outside the building.
It is a very imposant building, inaugurated in early 1900, after the 90's with the support of Unesco, the library was renovated and open to the public ten years after.
Located in the Revolution Square
This is such a classic and beautiful building in the old city of Bucharest.
While the access to the library was restricted (non-students were not allowed in during our visit), the building alone is worth the visit.
The beauty of this building is enhanced exponentially...More