The 10 most popular Historic Houses of Romania articles in March 2011

  1. Bucharest Art Nouveau style building under arson attack
  2. Art Deco – Modernist street corner house
  3. Neo-Romanian roof finials shaped as steam train smoke stacks
  4. Earthquake Events in Bucharest and Their Effect on Historic Houses
  5. Architectural 1910s letter rendering example from Bucharest
  6. Art Deco Building Interior Elements
  7. Psychedelic-like Design Art Deco Doorway
  8. Neo-Romanian style doorway and gas pipe
  9. Delicate Art Deco wrought iron patterns doorway
  10. The NEO-ROMANIAN ARCHITECTURAL STYLE: a brief guide on its origins and features
The global distribution of the Historic Houses of Romania blog readers on 31 March 2011


I endeavour through this daily series of articles to inspire appreciation of the historic houses of Romania, a virtually undiscovered, but fascinating chapter of European architectural history and heritage.


If you plan acquiring or selling a historic property in Romania or start a renovation project, I would be delighted to advice you in sourcing and transacting the property, specialist research, etc. To discuss your particular plan please see my contact details in the Contact page of this weblog.

Visit by HRH Prince Nicholas of Romania to the National History Museum (via Diana Mandache’s Weblog)

HRH Prince Nicholas and his girlfriend Rebecca visited today the National History Museum of Romania in Bucharest, which is the foremost institution in the country holding the best and largest historic collections refering to the past of the Romanian communities. It is a must stopover for anyone actively interested in this country's history and identity. Valentin, my husband, and I have been honoured to act as museum guides and hope th … Read More

via Diana Mandache's Weblog