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Mogosoaia Palace, Mogosoaia

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Stroll around the lake and through the peaceful gardens of Mogosoaia Palace, a 17th-century palace built in Brâncovenesc style--a combination of Venetian and Ottoman architectural elements. This historical complex, built on land owned by the widow of the Romanian boyar Mogoș, features a watchtower, guesthouse, ice house, princely kitchen, and greenhouse. The palace, with its narrow passes, spiral stairways, and bright and airy rooms, contains a museum of Brâncoveanu-style art. See the reconstructions of period furniture and a number of antique carpets. The garden offers a few picnic spots. Use our Mogosoaia trip itinerary builder app to arrange your visit to Mogosoaia Palace and other attractions in Mogosoaia.
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  • This place is so quiet and relazing. The way to the castle is through the park which is like a forest. There is a perfect place for walks or picnic. The castle is special and there is also a... 
    This place is so quiet and relazing. The way to the castle is through the park which is like a forest. There is a perfect place for walks or picnic. The castle is special and there is also a...  more »
  • First stop was Mogosoaia Palace in a village of the same name. Palace was built in 1688 in the Byzantine style with no sharp angles. Summer residence of King Constantin Brancoveni who reigned from... 
    First stop was Mogosoaia Palace in a village of the same name. Palace was built in 1688 in the Byzantine style with no sharp angles. Summer residence of King Constantin Brancoveni who reigned from...  more »
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  • Beautiful area with a park that's free to walk around, and the palace itself is 10 lei to enter. It's worth the visit. Beautiful but small palace with historical artifacts and nice architecture, and an art display which is very colourful. Unfortunately, it can be very busy. But it's still worth visiting for a nice day out.
  • A very beautiful place to visit in northwestern Bucharest away from the hustle and bustle. There's a big park nearby and some people fishing by a gas station too! Definitely worth about 90 minutes of your time! The grounds are free to explore. You only have to pay for the museum inside.

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