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Bucharest, the capital of Romania is also its social, economic and cultural centre. Located on the banks of Dâmboviţa river, in the southeast of the country, Romania’s largest city has been experiencing an economic and cultural boom in recent years. Bucharest has an unique historical charm - from the streets of the old city centre, which are slowly being restored, to the grand architecture of the Royal Palace and the fashionable garden and parks.
The city is proud with its 37 museums, 22 theatres, the Bucharest National Opera House, and 18 art galleries.

City of Culture
Bucharest welcomes the World to the 20th ‘George Enescu’ Festival (1 to 25 September 2011) The ‘George Enescu’ Festival (also known as George Enescu Festival and International Competition), held in honor of the celebrated Romanian composer George Enescu, is the biggest classical music festival and classical international competition held in Romania and one of the biggest in Eastern Europe. Cultural exchange, excellence and new discoveries rank among the hallmarks of this September’s 20th ‘George Enescu’ Festival. The biennial event offers a programme as rich and diverse as any on the international festival circuit, its artistic scope widened this year thanks to heavyweight government investment and distinctive repertoire choices. Romania’s resurgent capital will host many of the world’s leading orchestras and conductors during its late summer festival time. It’s also set to stage performances of works by great names in Romanian music and outstanding talents among the nation’s emerging cohort of composers. In short, the Festival packs the programme punch and artistic armoury required to attract worldwide attention.

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Right in the historical and geographical centre of Bucharest, overlooking Unirii Boulevard, stands the International Conference Center, Palace of the Romanian Parliament, which is, according to the Guinness Book of World Records, the world’s largest civilian administrative building.
Built in the mid ‘80s, this significant multi-purpose structure hosts today the Chamber of Deputies, the Constitutional Court and the Legislative Council, and has consequently become a symbol of the Romanian democracy.

Nicolae Iorga Hall
The room is decorated with timber ceiling and walls, predominantly oak.
Furniture is art-deco (style monument in the mid '20-'30, long considered as an extension of Art Nouveau and Jugendstil's time), and the walls are decorated with works of romanian artists: Margaret Sterian - stylized flowers "Flowers", Nicolae Blei - "Flowers and Flower Table", "Autumn in Andriaşu", "Flowers" and "Spring Andriaşu" (post-impressionist), Gheorghe Simion - "Chrysanthemums with violin" (realism art from 1900) and Zamfir Dumitrescu - "Flowers in autumn landscape" (Flemish painting style)

Nicolae Iorga Hall

Nicolae Bălcescu Hall

Access to the Parliament House, International Conference Center

The access in the yard of the Parliament House (by car or by foot) will be made through Gate C1 (Poarta C1), at the intersection of Natiunilor Unite Boulevard with Libertatii Boulevard. You can find below a map.

The access in the building will be available at Entrance C1 (Intrarea C1) and only with the participant badge provided by the organizers at the welcome desk situated at the same entrance.

Notice! Entering the Parliament House you will pass through a security checking.
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