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Memorial House "George Enescu"show map
About Memorial House "George Enescu"

George Enescu’s connection with the Royal House of Romania started in 1898, following the success of “The Romanian Poem” Enescu’s first opus, which ended with the Royal Anthem.

The artist benefited from the support of Queen Elisabeta, also known as Carmen Sylva – her pseudonym as an artist. The queen, acknowledging the talent of the young musician, offered him a room, at his disposal, in the Peles Castle, a place where he could study. Also, Enescu was often invited by the queen to play in recitals at the Palace.

The beauty of the place and the proximity of the Peles Castle made the musician building a house here, in 1923-1926, with the money he had earned during his first tour in America.

Contact and information:
Address: Str. George Enescu, Sinaia, Romania
Railway station: Sinaia
Phone: +4 0244.311.753
Opening hours:
Tuesday-Sunday: 10:00 - 17:00
Monday: Closed

Adults: 6 lei
Pensioners: 3 lei
Pupils, students, cardholders Euro26: 1,5 lei

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