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About Dracula's Palace

In the fifteenth century, Vlad the Impaler (Vlad Tepes), the ruler of Wallachia, strengthens the citadel built by Mircea the Elder or Mircea I of Wallachia (Mircea cel Batran) and raises it to rank of Princely Court, alternative to Targoviste. The whole Princely Court was composed of a palace - Voivode Palace, a church - the Church of the Annunciation, houses with reception halls, royal chancelleries, stables and gardens.

Although historically, many of the Romanian rulers has elected as voivodal residence the Princely Court in Targoviste, but some of them chose the citadel of Bucharest, as a voivodal residence.
Contact and information:
Address: Str. Franceza, no. 25 - 31, Bucharest, Romania
Subway station: Unirii 2
Phone: +4 021.317.03.75
Opening hours:
Daily: 10:00 - 18:00

Adults: 6 lei
Pupils, students: 3 lei
Free for children under 7 years old

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