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The Medieval Spaces of Cotroceni Palace, Bucharest

November 26, 2016

Exceptional ensemble of local medieval architecture at Cotroceni Palace in Bucharest: the old monastery kitchen and the refectory connected to it, as well as the old princely cellars (1679-1681) – the most important and best preserved complex of late medieval architecture in Bucharest.
Here you can see the amazing vaulting system of the monastery kitchen and monks refectory.

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