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Go to see inside of a palace even if you have no interest in George Enescu. Say “visit” to the guards when you go in. You have to put on overshoes in here and in the little house in the garden at the back. It...More
"George Enescu" National Museum can be found within the Cantacuzino Palace, a most captivating building.
The building was completed in 1903.
There you can find three rooms of musical instruments (including the violin be played when aged four years old), manuscripts, batons, scores, pictures, a...More
The Enescu Museum is the place to learn some histroy and find out some curiosities about the great composer.The house where the composer lived belong to his wife,inside they keep some old musical instrumens,writiing of the composer and even some old outfits.Befind the fancy museum...More
This impressive building in Baroque style reminding of great Parisian architecture is also known under the name of "The house with lions" due to its entrance guarded by two stone lions. The composer George Enescu actually lived in the little house beyond it, because in...More
The museum is located in Cantacuzino Palace (built between 1901-19030 for Ghe,Grigore Cantacuzibo ( nikname Nababul) by architect I.D.Berindei with interior decorations by G.D.Mirea, N.Vermont and C.Petrescu. All of this famous artists realized a beautiful building with a facade with sumptuous entrance in Art Nouveau...More
It really belonged to George Enescu, great Romanian composer and violin (Stradivarius) player. He actually lived there before he left Romania when communists came to power. Now it houses a museum but the building is splendid if just seen from the street (Calea Victoriei, the...More
A mandatory stop of your walk to the North Green Area on the city. An amazing neo-baroque old palace, built by the richest trader before the WWII, a princiary family descendent. Now dedicated to George Enescu, the classy main compositor, who used to play piano...More
Build for a former minister and also an important men this buiding has a very beautiful architecture on the outside and also on the inside.(every room has a specific decorative theme). As for the George Enescu museum, there are a few music documents and paintings.