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Joanna,  United Kingdom United Kingdom
11 Dec 2023
Communication was excellent. Easy to book and find location
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karin,  Italy Italy
10 Jan 2024
Residenza da vedere assolutamente. Se vi è possibile non prenotate per l'ultimo accesso in modo da vedere tutto con più calma
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PATRICK,  France France
21 Feb 2024
super je conseille cette visite la maison est grandiose du jamais vu
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About: Ceauşescu Mansion

Ceauşescu Mansion was the home of Romania's former Communist dictator, Nicolae Ceauşescu, and his wife Elena Ceauşescu. Now a museum, the lavish villa was stormed in 1989 by anti-communist revolutionaries who were shocked to find the opulent interior of the abode, at a time when most Romanians lived under extreme austerity.

Ceauşescu Mansion
Bulevardul Primăverii 50, 014192, Bucharest
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