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Les meilleurs lieux de culte recommandés par les habitants de la région

Église
“Did you know that 200 years ago, this church was the only building that was constructed in this area? Cismigiu Park, Sala Palatului and other landmarks were not constructed yet and on their place were vineyards.”
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Église
“This cathedral is situated on the Mitropoliei Hill, near the Unirii Square, and was built between 1654 and 1658. There is the headquarter of the head of the Romanian Orthodox Church. Until the building of the Romanian National Cathedral will be ready, this is the most important cathedral in Bucharest.”
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Église
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Église
“The People's Salvation Cathedral (Romanian: Catedrala Mântuirii Neamului) is an Orthodox cathedral under construction in Bucharest that is meant to become the patriarchal cathedral of the Romanian Orthodox Church. It is the tallest and largest Orthodox church in the world by volume.[7][8][9] It is the largest Eastern Orthodox church in the world by area, according to the full church criterion, and the second in the world including the partial church criterion.[8] Or the third in the world by area including the Oriental Orthodox church criterion.[10] It is located in central Bucharest on Spirea's Hill (Arsenal Square), facing the same courtyard as the Palace of the Parliament the heaviest building in the world, the cathedral having the tenth part of its weight. The standard ground level of the People's Salvation Cathedral above the Black Sea is 86.2 meters. At 135 meters, the cathedral holds a dominant position in Bucharest's cityscape and is visible from all approaches to the city.”
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Église
“It is a very large church under construction, located in Bucharest, on Arsenal Hill. The cornerstone of the place of worship was made in February 2011 and its completion date is set at the end of 2018”
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Monastery
“The Mihai Vodă Monastery, founded by Mihai Viteazul, is one of the oldest buildings in Bucharest. It was built in 1591, surrounded by stone walls, similar to a fortress. The monastery buildings served multiple purposes over time such as residence of the country's leaders, military hospital, medical school and the site of the National Archives of Romania. The monastery was an important archeological site; inside the monastery yard used to be a Dacian archeological site, more than 3000 years old, where old pottery and other relics were found.”
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Cimetière
“Visit the beautiful old cemetery, right next to it is the Jewish cemetery. Across the boulevard is the Bellu catholic and Romanian orthodox cemetery. Next to Bellu is the 1989 Revolution cemetery!”
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Église
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Église
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