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This is the building, now museum, where Nicolae Ceaușescu and his wife were tried and executed. It is now old, dilapidated, and not maintained very well or used except for the area of the trial. Entry cost was 8 ron and there is an addition...More
This beautiful old building use to be Military school in the 19th century. In December 1989. Nicolae and Elena Ceausascu were brought here for short trial and execution during Romanian revolution. Romanian people struggled so much during the reign of this couple, but still, it...More
Great overview of the havoc wreaked on the former Czechoslovakia by Communism; need around two hours to do it thoroughly, not suitable for children. Bit pricey at €10 for a student and the girl in the cafe is rude and unhelpful. I was given a...More
When you learn about the Communist regime of Romania...you know that this place is an Historical site...It may give you shiver.The museum is cheap and not well filled with object.The place were the trial happen is almost entirely preserved.It it not touristy at all and...More
3 stars because it made me feel something, -3 stars because it has only 3 small rooms and it is not preserved at all.
If you are around, go see it. I was born after 89, but I had a lump in my throat seeing...More
If you are near the area and have time, then it is worth stopping in to see where history took place in December 1989. The reality is that the facility appears to be much the same as it was in 1989. They do not appear...More
Located in Targoviste City, around 80 km from the capital is an old Military Barracks where the former Romanian leader and his wife were taken, tried and executed on Christmas day in 1989.
Four days earlier he had attempted to speak from the Parliament buildings...More
I remember seeing what happened here on television when I was 15, still remember to this day. If you're interested in world history and especially what happened in Romania this place is worth a visit.
Quite out of the way from Bucharest and was our...More
It is a small museum. It has only 3 rooms but with a big impact regarding romanian history. Here are presented the rooms where the well known romanian dictator Nicolae Ceausescu and his wife lived their last 3 nights, before to be murdered in the...More