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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
Providing medical care and training for over three centuries, since its opening in 1704, this beautiful building has been the location for many of Romania's medical advances. Built by Mihai Cantacuzino as a hospital for the poor, the existing building and the adjacent church remain...More
Coltea Hospital is situated in the center of Bucharest, near Piata Universitatii.
This hospital began the activity in 1704, as a hospital for the poor people.
Many famous doctors worked there, making contributions to world medicine.
I work in a medical school and the outside of this one was definitely something quite special as is its sheer age and the fact it has treated people continuously. However on our visit it didn't seem possible to attain entry and in fact appeared...More
Bucharest is a wonderful city for any photographer - lots of things to photograph and all of them picturesque. Buildings, however, are maybe the most photographed thing around (and for a good reason).
Coltea hospital is located at the center of Bucharest - right next...More
Dating originally from 1704, making it the oldest hospital in the city, the present magnificent edifice is from the 1880s.
The stunning facade, again recently renovated, is awe inspiring. It continues to serve the community as a health facility.
A fine sculpture of the founder...More