It is worth visiting, first, because it represents the excess that occurs where freedom does not exist, and second, because it represents the transformation of a nation after obtaining freedom. The concept that something of this size and cost was constructed to fulfill the desires of a dictator while his people suffered is unimaginable. No expense was spared in materials, marble, gold, rugs largest enough to cover a football field. Now, the building is open to visitors, the guide we had was charming and informative. People from all over the world can view a small portion of the rooms, Romanian artwork, and costumes achieving a sense of the current use of the building. It is not simply a big building, it is a place that teaches many lessons. It is slightly unnerving to leave your passport at the entry area, but you do, of course, have it returned at the end. Go now while it is developing.
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