Take a walking tour of Bucharest to learn about the Cold War’s history and current events.
Visit the Palace of the Parliament and Revolution Square to learn about the country’s 40-year history of communism.
Investigate what life was like during the Communist era and what happened following its overthrow in 1989
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Take a walking tour to learn about Romania’s communist era.
Visit the Parliament Building and Revolution Square, two of the city’s most notable landmarks.
Take a look at what life was like under communist rule and how it came to an end in 1989.
Your tour guide can fill you in on other nearby Communist landmarks.
It was during the communist era that the Patriarchal Palace housed the Great National Assembly.
Take a look inside one of the most impressive structures in the world.
Learn how some historic churches from the 16th and 17th centuries were able to be relocated or translated in this way (and not demolished).
The Communist hierarchy’s favorite restaurants could be found in Bucharest’s Old Town.
The only bloody revolution in the former Iron Curtain was the one against the Communist Party of Romania. You’ll learn about the final days of Nicolae Ceausescu’s dictatorship and the dawn of Romania’s post-communist era.