although reservation we had to wait an our to enter the parliament.
A lot of groups had an appointment at the same time.
In the mean time we could pass our time in a "modern art of Roumanian artists" museum next to the enterence that must fill a little part of the to big not equipet building.
Security control before entering but one gets his knife back after the visit.
Once entered the building the scene is overwhelming with one after another to big places and rooms.
Interesting to see how even in Europe a despot can spend the money of his people in marble, stones and carpets.
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