11 Sights in Fundeni - Dobroești, Romania (with Map and Images)

Here you can find interesting sights in Fundeni - Dobroești, Romania. Click on a marker on the map to view details about the sight. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 11 sights are available in Fundeni - Dobroești, Romania.

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1. Ion Heliade Rădulescu

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Ion Heliade Rădulescu / Public domain

Ion Heliade Rădulescu or Ion Heliade was a Wallachian, later Romanian academic, Romantic and Classicist poet, essayist, memoirist, short story writer, newspaper editor and politician. A prolific translator of foreign literature into Romanian, he was also the author of books on linguistics and history. For much of his life, Heliade Rădulescu was a teacher at Saint Sava College in Bucharest, which he helped reopen. He was a founding member and first president of the Romanian Academy.

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2. Biserica Ortodoxă „Sfântul Eftimie - Fundenii Doamnei”

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The Church of Fundenii Doamnei is an orthodox place of worship in Fundeni village, Dobroești commune, Ilfov county, Romania. It bears the dedication "Saint Eftimie the Great" and is located on Fundeni Road, no. 138, on the right side in the sense from Pantelimon Road to Colentina Road, at the end of a rose garden, and at the entrance to the church yard, a few fir trees hide it from the eyes of the passers -by, that the church is not seen from the street.

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3. Biserica Ortodoxă Boteanu-Ienii

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The Boteanu Church is an Orthodox church in Bucharest, sector 1. At this church there is a part of the relics of Saint John Iacob. The history of the Church extends until 1682, when a young man by the name of Mihul built a church with the dedication "Cutting the head of Saint John the Baptist". The church is better known as "Bradu-Boteanu", because it grew a tall tree near the church and because the church was near a slum called "Botean".

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4. Monumentul Eroilor Francezi

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Monumentul Eroilor Francezi Miehs (discuție) (Cristian-Mihail Miehs) / DP

The monument of the French heroes in Bucharest is a statuary group of Carrara marble, dedicated, according to the bilingual written on the base, the memory of the "soldiers of France fallen on the field of honor of the Romanian land during the Great War 1916-1918" - "Aux Soldats Français Tombés have Champ d 'Honneur sur le sol Roumaain pendant at Grande Guerre 1916-1918 ”.

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5. Memorialul Renașterii

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Memorialul Renașterii Dennis Jarvis from Halifax, Canada / CC BY-SA 2.0

The Memorial of Rebirth is a memorial in Bucharest, Romania that commemorates the struggles and victims of the Romanian Revolution of 1989, which overthrew Communism. The memorial complex was inaugurated in August 2005 in Revolution Square, where Romania's Communist-era dictator, Nicolae Ceaușescu, was publicly overthrown in December 1989.

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6. Palatul Bursei de Valori

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Bursa Palace is a Bucharest building, built between 1906 and 1912, according to the plan of architect Stephen Burkush. Since 1955, it has become the seat of the Central Library of Romanian National Library. In 2008, the building was reassigned to the French owner Bucharest Municipal Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

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7. Biserica Ortodoxă Sfântul Elefterie Nou

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Biserica Ortodoxă Sfântul Elefterie Nou Sokoban / Public domain

The Church of St. New Ellefort in Bucharest is a hut of Orthodox worship built between 1935 and 1971. The church is located in Cotroceni district of Bucharest, on St. Lawes Street. Elephant 1, designed by architect Konstantin Itochu. Close to her is the old church of St Eliffert, which has the same wine cellar.

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8. Biserica Ortodoxă Colțea

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The Colțea Church or three hierarchs is a church in Bucharest that belonged to the whole Colțea Monastery, now disappeared, to which the Tower of Colței served as a bell tower. The church was probably completed around October 18, 1702, when it received a patriarchal Christ.

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9. Biserica Ortodoxă Sfântul Elefterie Vechi

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The Church of St. Old Eleffert in Bucharest was built by jupaneConstantinsin [= his son] Macsin with the help and supervision of Newfield Metropolis during the reign of Miracoveta from 1743 to 1744. The wharf in the 5th district of Bucharest is a historical site.

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10. Biserica Ortodoxă „Popa Chițu”

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Biserica Ortodoxă „Popa Chițu” Cristian-Mihail Miehs --Miehs (discuție) 25 august 2014 08:21 (EEST) / DP

The Popa Chițu church is located in the municipality of Bucharest, Str. Loca Stroici Logofatul 33A, Sector 2, declared a historical monument with LMI B-II-M-B-19072 Code, with the full name: "Saint Gregory Theologian, Saint Spiridon, Popa Chițu"

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11. Teatrul de vară Alhambra

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The Capitol Summer Theatre in Bucharest was built in the early 20th century following a plan by architect Nicolas Nsilescu. Originally called "Alhambra Summer Theatre", it is listed as a historical monument.

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