If you can ignore the history of how this building was constructed as a communist symbol in one of the poorest countries in Europe, you may nevertheless appreciate the sheer scale of the production task.
The reason that I call this a 'must see' is that this building is regarded as the second largest in the world next to the Pentagon.
The size is awesome and many design features demonstrate how talented Romanian archtects were.
Don't make an internal visit your priority as it wears on you before too long because you get tired of going into one empty big area after another. That is unless you are realy into buildings then you may find some surprises.
Failing going in, suffice to take photos outside to keep as a memento. Go down the Unirii strip, if the fountains happen to be working then a nice shot can be taken.
Even a drive past gives you an appreciation of the size and grandeur.
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