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Revolution Square (Piata Revolutiei)

Calea Victoriei Boulevard, Bucharest, Romania
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Calea Victoriei Boulevard, Bucharest, Romania
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Reviewed 12 April 2017

Very nice square facing the Parliament building, second largest in the world after Pentagon. Occasionally hosts concerts and various events, so look into that as well. Not so many things to do around the area otherwise. More of a photo stop and short walk around...More

Thank mishu2k2
Reviewed 10 April 2017

This area has great history, especially the balcony where ceausescu gave his final speech. Otherwise there is not much there.

Thank B T
Reviewed 5 April 2017 via mobile

We had been in romania after the snow that it was nearly 1 mt. The weathere was excellent and if you are in romania you must see this place. This place is where it begin the last hours of cavushesku.So that its very important place...More

Thank erolbenezra
Reviewed 4 April 2017

Renamed in 1989 after the Romanian revolution this square is of significant importance and a great starting point if you want to visit all the historical and cultural landmarks Bucharest has to offer.

Thank N_IrelandFranco
Reviewed 28 March 2017

the former royal castle, the balcony of ceauscescu's last speech, bookstore humanitas with bullet holes in the bricks from the darker times , this square is a must and not far , visit also once the hilton , historic hotel since ages

Thank Bart B
Reviewed 14 March 2017

The plaza is large and nice to walk around the perimeter. Traffic in the streets of Bucharest, well, there is a lot. Go there and check out the buildings, learn the history, and walk. Nice area and nice city.

Thank arthur1348
Reviewed 6 March 2017

This square is the place where the revolt of the people against Nicolae Ceausescu started back in December 1989 and which put an end to the comunist history of Romania. If you have seen the live revolution being broadcasted by all major networks in 1989,...More

Thank Artur S
Reviewed 1 March 2017

An old established Central location alongside one of the Central Avenues of the City became the Start scene on 21 Dec.1989 of Romania's Anti-Communist Revolution..This huge Square is surrounded by many establishments of Great Historical value, each one harboring many interesting stories...

Thank GURMANDUL
Reviewed 1 March 2017 via mobile

It is centrally located in the city and is a historical landmark. Beautiful square, thoughtful and pure. Worth a passage to admire the monuments and majestic buildings around

3  Thank Antouli
Reviewed 25 February 2017

The history of this square is very moving, the sculptures and the tablets with the names of the protesters killed in the the uprising of 1989 really bring it home.

Thank roosterbeccles
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Laurence G
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Response from rwaygood | Reviewed this property |
If you go to the metro at the university it's just down the main road which takes you to the park (perpendicular from the train line) it's on the right hand side.
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