100 Places to See in Romania: In the footsteps of...
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In the case of some places in Romania, the association with various personalities has brought an increased number of visitors.
87. Constantin Brancusi
Most of the artist’s works are on display or in the collection of large museums around the world but some of his works can be visited in Romania as well, in Targu-Jiu. More here.
88. Prince Charles
Prince Charles of Wales has been visiting Romania quite often in recent years and he owns several properties here. In addition, the prince is a fan of the cultural and nature patrimony of the country. More here.
89. Queen Marie of Romania
90. Nicolae Ceausescu
The People’s Palace is not the only Bucharest edifice associated with the late dictator. The Primaverii Palace served as a family residence and only recently opened for visitors. More here.
91. Harvey Keitel
The mother of famous American actor Harvey Keitel was born in Leordina, in northern Romania’s Maramures county. More here.
92. George Enescu
Musician George Enescu resided throughout his lifetime in several places in Romania. A memorial house can be found in Sinaia, and one in Bucharest, behind the George Enescu National Museum. More here.
(Photos: Romania Insider/ City Compass archives)