Top Tourist Attractions In Romania
The country was once a home for royals until the communists banned them and threw them out. With that said, most of the tourist attractions in Romania are castles, churches and monasteries. But, that’s not all there is in Romania. A Romania travel guide like this article will help you understand the life and the ways of Transylvanian people. And no, they are not vampires – but, who knows? If you are brave enough, you can go back to the days of gothic structures, medieval arts and culture, and neo-classical designs.
15. Palace of Culture – Iasi
If you want to see 4 tourist sites in one visit, then, the place to go is the Palace of Culture. It is the residence of not one, not two, not three but four museums in Iasi – the Museum of History of Moldova, Ethnographic Museum of Moldova, Museum of Art and the Museum of Science and Technique.
It is called a palace because the structure was designed and built with the Palace of Justice in mind. Palace of Justice is in Paris, France.