It is quite an original park, with its organization, doesn't seem very traditional with the stairs and the mausoleum. It is a nice moment to see the change of guards.
There is not much to do/see in this park, there is a very small lake, with a restaurant near, and if you go up the stairs to the monument, you get a pretty neat view of the park and the city. (Check out the photos to see what I mean.) But except that: almost no place to buy refreshments/snacks, so... More
This a very old park, with intimate and small streets to take a stroll. It hosts the very first armed concrete bridge, the Museum of Technology, an island and a grotto. Here you can also find the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier and the zodiac fountain.
Carol Park is a French garden located in the southern-central area of Bucharest that has officially been listed as a historical monument since 2004. In this park is located the mausoleum, known during the Communist régime as the "Monument of the Heroes for the Freedom of the People and of the Motherland, for Socialism" . this mausoleum is protected 24... More
The park was named after King Carol I of Romania, inaugurated in 1906, on the 40th anniversary of the coronation of King Carol I. It hosts the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, inaugurated in 1923 in memory of Romanian soldiers fallen in World War I, was dismantled and moved in 1958 to Mărășești, being replaced by a Mausoleum of the... More
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