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17 Iconic Buildings in Romania

Picture of Roxana Coman
Updated: 18 November 2017
Paris has the Eiffel Tower, London has Big Ben – but what about Romania? Beyond its breathtaking landscapes, fascinating regions, and awe-inspiring nature, the country boasts a rich architectural heritage. Here’s our pick of Romania‘s most iconic buildings.

Peleș Castle

Located in Sinaia, in the foothills of the Carpathians, Peleș Castle is one of the architectural wonders of Romania and a symbol of the history of the royal family of Romania. A former summer residence of King Carol I, Peleș Castle is home to extraordinary Neo-Renaissance architecture, as well as some 170 rooms fashioned in an array of architectural styles, from the Art Nouveau to the Moorish.

Peleș Castle