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Mogosoaia Palace
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Reviewed December 18, 2012

The Mogosoaia Palace park was recently "improved". Now it looks much better and it is the ideal place to have a quiet (and romantic) walk, to enjoy a picnic, to run or to practice some sports (including some water sports too). Cultural events from time to time during the weekends. But the best is it is not crowded yet! The Palace worth the visit, too.

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Reviewed December 9, 2012

Close to Bucharest, it is a place where you can find yourself in a quite, idyllic, romantic scenery.

Great for one day trip.

PS: It's a perfect place for a picnic

1  Thank Iulia_Vaculisteanu
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Reviewed November 24, 2012

The palace is situated on the Mogosoaia Lake bank, in a unique position. It was built by Constantin Brancoveanu, the Romanian king that was appointed by the Turks and trusted to pay them fortunes every year out of taxes gathered from Romanian people. The turks kept hostages in Istanbul all four sons of him, to make sure they get the money. When Brancoveanu refused to pay tribute, all his four sons were killed. This building is the first representative of THE architectural style named BRANCOVENESC. The surrounding park is also beautiful and you can also visit one of the oldest and most beautiful orhodox churches at the entrance. In the same park there is a creation house (kind of hotel used by writers to compose their works) and a restaurant.

1  Thank soare47
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Reviewed October 22, 2012

It's a very tidy and well groomed park, almost as if it does not belong in Romania.
You can go just for a walk, to play tennis, or to have a picnic, or a barbecue. They have grills which you can borrow, if you come with your own meat and coal or wood to make the fire.
It has also a parking possibility, for only 4 lei.
The Palace can be visited. The gardens are big. You can take your dog also.

1  Thank Alina C
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Reviewed October 17, 2012

The gardens have started to look better in the past few years, and the museum is better taken care of. If you want a glimpse of traditional Romanian architecture take a short trip outside Bucharest

2  Thank Magdaneagu
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