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Mogosoaia Palace

On the Shore of Mogosoaia Lake, Mogosoaia 077135, Romania
+40 21 350 6619
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On the Shore of Mogosoaia Lake, Mogosoaia 077135, Romania
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"architectural style"
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"perfect place"
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"min drive"
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"romanian history"
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"outdoor activities"
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"pay extra"
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"beautiful park"
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"orthodox church"
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"take pictures"
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"nice restaurant"
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"cultural events"
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"old trees"
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"water skiing"
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"perfect escape"
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Reviewed 5 days ago

Most places would call this a "Summer Home" for royalty. It certainly doesn't qualify for today's standard of "palace". The palace buildings themselves are not what you should come for - the interiors are bare, with some modern art on the walls that don't really...More

Thank AltGirlTX
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We had a most enjoyable few hours at and around the palace. It was snow covered, which added to the attractiveness. Passing the lovely St. George's Church we arrived at the imposing entrance gate. With a perfect setting at the water's edge, we first of...More

Thank permia
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Reviewed 7 April 2018

The palace built between 1698-1702 is beautiful and the lake and garden are even better. There is a forest smell in the air which picks up your spirits after car clogged Bucharest. BUT it can be very crowded with picnickers on the weekends. Inside the...More

Thank Chinapjs
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Reviewed 24 February 2018 via mobile

The palace and the park is full of history ...the park is one of the cleannest park in Bucharest ...very safe and nice view of the lake

Thank Gabriel R
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Reviewed 23 January 2018 via mobile

It is a nice escape from the city, with great atmosphere. The palace is great to visit, and also the beautiful park and its surroundings. It is also very kids friendly.

Thank SoniaNechifor
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Reviewed 30 October 2017

The day we visited people were setting up for a large function which detracted from the overall enjoyment of the building. However our guide was a fountain of information about the buildings and the family, the males of which were executed by the Ottoman Turks....More

Thank Rex06
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Reviewed 21 October 2017

This complex was built between late 17 - early 18 century in Mogoșoaia, just 10 km near modern Bucharest by Constantin Brâncoveanu in Romanian Renaissance style or just Brâncovenesc style. Don't expect to see a lot of history - it's more the remnants and the...More

Thank yegorb306
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Reviewed 15 October 2017

The palace is very nice to see it because of its architecture, the gardens that surround it and the river that offers a very peaceful atmosphere. However, I was dissapointed by the inner of the palace. It doesn't contain components of historical meaning, but only...More

Thank Johanna P
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Reviewed 16 August 2017

Mogosoaia Palace 300+ years old, raised by Constantin Brancoveanu its a beautiful architectural complex. The buildings are build in Brancovian style. The park is probably the biggest park of the Bucharest metropolitan area! Situated on the shore of Mogosoaia Lake. Lots of green grass areas...More

Thank Rusuvitali
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Reviewed 10 August 2017

300 years of history and maybe the most beautiful park of Bucharest after the last investments, there are at least three interesting areas - historical palace, picnic area, food and amusement area, including water sports during the summer the founder of this place was Constantin...More

1  Thank PopisteanuG
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