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Hanul cu Tei (“The Linden Inn”)

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Hanul cu tei, Bucharest's Old TownHanul cu Tei (“The Linden Inn”), built in 1833, is a stone paved passage stretching between the streets of Lipscani and Blanari in the Old Town of Bucharest. The Linden Inn had a lucky fate: miraculously spared by the Great Fire of 1847, the Inn was carefully restored in the 1970s and preserves intact to our days the atmosphere of the early 19th century. Inside its tiny shops with iron shutters one can find fine art and antiquities galleries, antique shops, painting materials stores and a cellar bar.

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