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One of the most beautiful monuments around Bucharest. With a history of more than 300 years, its palace and its vast gardens are a great weekend destination. You have to visit, you will surely come back.
Mogosoaia Palace was built by Constantin Brancoveanu in 1702. It was seriously damaged during the First World War. Through the efforts of Martha and Valentin Bibescu, the Mogosoaia Palace was restored during the years 1920-1927. Marha Bibescu sold his estate and books to support restoration...More
This historic palace is 10 km from Bucharest. The palace was built at the time of Constantine Brancoviano, sometime in the late 17th century, and its construction was completed in 1702. The beautiful building combines elements of Ottoman architecture and elements of Venetian architecture. Today,...More
Although this place is unfortunately not mentioned on all guides of Bucharest, the beauty of the typical Romanian architecture and the lovely surroundings (beautiful lake and gardens), as well as the restaurants make it a not-to-be-missed place on your itinerary while in Bucharest.
Just 30-40 mins from the Bucharest center, a magnificent Palace of typical Wallachian architecture built more than 300 years ago. To visit the interior of the palace with objects and the history of the place (1.5 Euro the ticket for adult), enjoy a coffee in...More
I had lunch outside the guest house in the courtyard. It was built between 1698-1702 by Constantin Brâncoveanu in what is called the Romanian Renaissance style or Brâncovenesc style.
After 1714, when Constantin Brancoveanu was executed with his entire family in Constantinople, all the family's...More
The palace dates from the end of the seventeenth century.It is built in the Romanian style.The park that surrounds the main building is beautiful.There is also a restaurant with a terrace where one can have a drink or a meal.The only incovenience is transport to...More
The Mogosoaia Palace and the park are not so famous attractions, however they are incredibly beautiful. Compared to the parks in Bucharest, the Mogosoaia park is very well maintained, cleaner than other parks and very well taken care of. I avoid going during the week-end...More
Mogoșoaia Palace, built in Romanian Renaissance or Brâncovenesc style, has had a troubled history. It was confiscated by the Ottomans in 1714, after Constantin Brancoveanu and his family were executed, and converted into an inn. It was then ruined by the Ottomans during the Russo-Turkish...More