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Victor
Victor
February 21, 2020
The Romanian Athenaeum (Romanian: Ateneul Român) is a concert hall in the center of Bucharest, Romania and a landmark of the Romanian capital city. Opened in 1888, the ornate, domed, circular building is the city's main concert hall and home of the "George Enescu" Philharmonic and of the George…
Alin
Alin
February 13, 2020
The Majestic Heart of Romania’s Classic Music Tradition Romanian Athenaeum is a beautiful building and one that Romanians are most proud of. It’s actually the main concert hall of Bucharest, so if you like classical music, try to attend one of the concerts.
Razvan
Razvan
January 19, 2020
Great for concerts, festivals. Historic building, classical architecture
Nicolae
Nicolae
December 11, 2019
Even if you are not a hard core symphonic music enthusiast Im warmly recommending you to have one magic evening here, in one of the most iconic buildings of Bucharest Make sure you buy tickets for an event in the main circular concert hall.
Alin
Alin
December 4, 2019
If there are concerts programmed at the Athenaeum, you should try and attend. If not, the building is superb as it is one of the architectural icons of Bucharest. Definitely, not to miss

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